Supporting Immigrants and Refugees

To grow and empower local communities, we must ensure that people have equal opportunity to reach their full potential.

Supporting Afghan Refugees

DoorDash is partnering with the International Rescue Committee to provide meals and essentials to Afghan refugees. In addition to donating $250,000 in Community Credits to the International Rescue Committee, we’re inviting our customers and community to join the effort to welcome families with the most basic and urgent of human needs: food and shelter.

Buy a DoorDash gift card to provide food and essentials to Afghan refugees

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Host Afghan refugees by visiting Airbnb.org/doordash

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Supporting Immigrant-Owned Businesses

Immigrant-owned businesses play a crucial role in our communities. In the restaurant sector, immigrants own nearly a third of businesses.

Since 2019, DoorDash empowers immigrant and refugee merchants through Kitchens Without Borders and other Entrepreneurship and Access programs. Through these efforts we spotlight immigrant and refugee business owners, foster deeper connections to the people making the food we enjoy every day, and connect participating merchants to resources such as marketing, mentorship, and capital.

Learn about our CEO Tony Xu’s own immigrant story.

Our CEO and co-founder, Tony Xu’s own family experience as an immigrant was a driving factor in his decision to found DoorDash and empower immigrant entrepreneurs.

Supporting Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Logos for National Immigration Forum, Tent Partnership, I Stand With Immigrants, and Coalition for the American Dream

We are committed to working with policymakers, local leaders, and other stakeholders to speak out on issues that impact our community. This includes advocating for public policies that better serve immigrants and other groups who contribute so much to our communities.

Learn more about policies we’ve spoken out on