Project DASH

Project DASH empowers food banks, food pantries, and other social impact organizations to increase access to their communities.

Launched by DoorDash in 2018, Project DASH empowers government, nonprofit, and other community partners to leverage DoorDash logistics to increase access in their communities. The requests are fulfilled by Dashers and delivered to people experiencing food insecurity – increasing access to food and other essential items while emphasizing greater convenience and dignity. The items being delivered by Dashers include food boxes, prepared meals, school supplies, home essentials, mental health kits, and even holiday items.

Answering the call for those in need


Estimated meals delivered through Project DASH


Deliveries of meals, groceries, household goods and school supplies


Over 80% of Project DASH deliveries are made to communities of color


To date, an estimated over 7.8 million meals were delivered to communities where almost 1 in 6 people were seniors


In 2021, Project Dash completed 885k deliveries, this would take consumers an estimated 660k total hours and cost them over $800k in fuel if they traveled by car to pick up themselves

Project DASH in the news

DoorDash’s technological know-how offers help to food banks

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DC leaders, DoorDash celebrate 30,000th grocery delivery for DC residents in need

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Local health fair breaks resource barrier for several communities in the state

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East Texas Food Bank partners with Door Dash to help senior citizens

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