GrubHub totes containing food orders ready for delivery
24 Hour Home Care, a nonmedical home care provider serving clients throughout California, Arizona and Texas, has joined forces with San Francisco-based Grubhubto connect isolated seniors with on-demand food delivery services through a new program, GrubWith24. Through the partnership, 24 Home Care clients will be able to order food via Grubhub without using a smartphone or visiting the delivery service’s website, instead calling 24 Hour Home Care directly.
“In the wake of coronavirus, our company makes a difference in people’s lives by reducing the risk of transmission to at-risk populations,” said Andy Matthews, VP of business development at Los Angeles-based 24 Hour Home Care. “Through GrubWith24, we are continuing that mission by providing a food delivery option to those that are not typically able to use online marketplaces or smartphone apps. This will greatly help at-risk individuals practice social distancing and skip a potentially dangerous visit to a crowded grocery store.”