Doing something good is now a piece of cake.
Sharebite, an easy-to-use food delivery app, donates a free meal to a child in need with every order placed.
The app, which is only available in New York City, has partnered with City Harvest, an organization that provides food to low-income communities within New York and rescues food that would have been otherwise thrown out. When someone places an order through Sharebite, the app takes a portion of those proceeds and sends it to City Harvest.
“The larger the order, the more meals we share,” Mohsin Memon, co-founder and CEO of Sharebite told The Huffington Post. “With an average transaction of $25, we are sharing enough to donate two meals for every order.”
For the month of December, the app is upping its do-gooder game and will be donating five meals per order to kick off its “Million Meal Mission,” a campaign in which Sharebite hopes to donate a million meals to New York kids within a year.