UberEATS Toronto wants to help out those in need in Ontario’s biggest city. 41% of people in Toronto go hungry at least once a week. Hunger is a real problem in Toronto. Did you know that: 36% of GTA food bank clients are children, 19% of children go hungry at least once a week, 40% of adults go hungry at least once a week, 43% of adults could not afford to eat balanced meals, $925 is the median monthly income for a food bank client, and 72% of income is spent on housing (rent/mortgage including utilities)?
At UberEATS Toronto, they want to do their bit to help – and help in a way that only Uber can. That’s why UberEATS teamed up with vlogger Korey Schaefer to connect with people in the Toronto community that are experiencing hunger. This Friday, September 25th, UberEATS Toronto is partnering with local restaurant The Goods, along with food rescue organization Second Harvest, to bring meals to those in need on what UberEATS is calling #UberHUNGERTO day. Simply pop open your UberEATS Toronto app between 11am-2pm to order a meal through UberEATS. UberEATS Toronto will automatically (and without cost to you) match your order and ensure someone in need receives lunch. Please note that this is not a one day thing. UberEATS is committed to aid hunger relief by donating any extra UberEATS meals to local food banks daily.
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