“Doorstep Delivery” Restaurant Delivery Service Teams up with Bar of Hope to Help Fight Malnutrition and Hunger

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The Southeast’s Largest Restaurant Delivery Service Adds Nutritious Hope Bars to its Menu to Feed the Hungry Through the “Buy 1, Nourish 2 Project”

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The Southeast’s Largest Restaurant Delivery Service Adds Nutritious Hope Bars to its Menu to Feed the Hungry Through the “Buy 1, Nourish 2 Project.”

Following its recent expansion into even more cities nationwide, the Southeast’s largest restaurant delivery service “Doorstep Delivery” puts its power to good use teaming up with Bar of Hope to help eradicate malnutrition and hunger through a standardized food bar, the Hope Bar, Doorstep Delivery announces today. Starting this month, as part of the “Buy 1, Nourish 2 Project,” customers of Doorstep Delivery Orlando can add a whole food Hope Bar to their order and a Doorstep mobile waiter will deliver a nutritious bar to a member of the local homeless community through their delivery routes, plus a second bar will be donated on their behalf and shipped to a hungry child in a vulnerable country in need.

How it works: When customers visit http://www.DoorstepDelivery.com to place a food delivery order from one of Doorstep’s over 250 Central Florida restaurants, they will see a “Charity” option at the top of the menu to make a donation of $3, $5 or $10. For $3, customers will receive one sustainable meal Hope Bar and give two - one delivered to a local hungry person by a Doorstep driver and one shipped to feed the hungry in a country in need. For $5, customers receive two bars and give four – two delivered to the local hungry by a Doorstep driver and two shipped to feed the hungry in a country in need. For $10, customers receive four bars and give eight – four delivered to the local hungry by a Doorstep driver and four shipped to feed the hungry in a country in need.

Doorstep Delivery’s corporate headquarters and flagship location teamed up with Orange County Public Schools Principal Trevor Honohan of Glenridge Middle School, who spearheads the Bar of Hope initiative, to help kick start the worthy campaign. Doorstep Delivery Orlando is the first branch to launch this partnership, with plans to bring the program to its other nearly 20 markets. The Hope Bar was created to contain the necessary vitamins, minerals and nutrients that a child needs in order to sustain life, and it’s the first standardized whole food bar that will pave the way in helping to eradicating malnutrition, according to Honohan.

“Our mobile waiters constantly see hungry and homeless people in our community every day,” says CEO of Doorstep Delivery Chris Barnes. “Hunger is a huge epidemic in this community, in the country and all across the world, and Doorstep Delivery is committed to do our part in helping fight this battle, and we are encouraged through this exciting new partnership with Bar of Hope to make a notable difference.”

For more information on Doorstep Delivery and to take part in the “Buy 1, Nourish 2 Project” through placing a Doorstep Delivery order, visit http://www.DoorstepDelivery.com. For more information on Bar of Hope, visit http://www.barofhope.com.

About Doorstep Delivery
Originally started in 1999 out of Gainesville, FL as GatorFood.com, Doorstep Delivery is the largest restaurant delivery service in the Southeastern United States with operations in multiple states and over 150 cities. Doorstep Delivery facilitates deliveries from nearly 1000 restaurants in total, provides an exceptional marketing service for all its restaurant clients, offers convenience and a serves as a complete dining guide for its customers and is on the cutting edge of technology developing its own advanced software. In 2014 alone, the company reached a nearly 50% increase in restaurant sales, a strong indicator that Doorstep Delivery will be a household name in virtually every major city in the U.S.

Media Contact: Ilene Lieber, 321-277-7812, Ilene(at)passionprconsulting(dot)com

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