If you are exploring home delivery options for your program and the people you serve, DoorDash has a no-cost solution that may work for you.

Working directly with DoorDash, your agency can work with their trained and screened Dashers to create a delivery program at no cost for neighbors in need with barriers to access including transportation challenges, work schedules, childcare obligations, stigma, and more.

Project Dash delivery service is now available to Connecticut Foodshare partners to help them reach neighbors with food when and where they need it. Watch this recording of the introductory meeting.

It’s easy for you to get started with DoorDash. Watch the video and, as Doug Murphy from DoorDash says:

“If you’re ready to get started with donated deliveries from DoorDash:

  1. Please complete our online agreement, which kicks off your setup in our system and confirms we are providing these deliveries at no cost. If you get stuck, review our online agreement FAQs.
  2. Next, please submit this program information form which will let us know when you want to start and how many deliveries you’re expecting to do.”

Here are links to information on other food bank partnerships with DoorDash:

Project Dash helps NYC’s food insecure

Table to Table and DoorDash Partner to Support New Jersey Neighbors in Need

Food pantry, delivery service launch pilot program in Douglas County

Doug Murphy from DoorDash is available to answer questions. You can email him at doug.murphy@ext.doordash.com.