OneOrlando Fund & Doorstep Delivery

 

Now through July 31, Doorstep Delivery will Match All Donations made through our website to the OneOrlando Fund, assisting the Pulse tragedy victims and their families. We’ve made it simple – just place your order with us as you normally would and add your donation at the end! Thank you!

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‘Bar of Hope’ Fundraiser Continues in Orlando!

Doorstep Delivery is so thankful to those who have already donated to the “Bar of Hope” campaign to end hunger!

WHY SHOULD YOU DONATE TO BARofHOPE PROJECT?

When children are malnourished, their development is compromised. This often results in stunted growth, diminished brain and cognitive functions and a weakened immune system, so they are more susceptible to chronic infections and disease.

Malnutrition is the condition that develops when the body does not get the right amount of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients it needs to maintain healthy tissues and organ function.

Your generous contribution will help nourish the most vulnerable individuals in our area. Please consider making a contribution when checking out. Save a life today!

Doorstep Delivery Hope Bar

Doorstep Delivery has made it their mission to help in the worldwide fight against hunger and malnutrition and are hoping you would help. We are now offering a hope bar, “THE” Standardized whole food bar, on our menus. When you purchase a hope bar, doorstep will send an additional bar to a child in need. Click below to learn more about the buy 1 nourish 2 project.

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Doorstep Delivery remains committed to fighting world hunger and are proud to be involved with this amazing endeavor. Be sure to check out the bars which will be located at the top of all Doorstep Orlando restaurants!

History of Doorstep Delivery

Doorstep Delivery

Doorstep Delivery is a restaurant marketing company (also known as Doorstepdelivery.com) that also coordinates delivery for restaurants that do not offer delivery in several cities in the United States. Doorstep Delivery has currently 17 active branches located in over 115 cities in the US and expanding into several additional cities by the end of 2015. Doorstep Delivery is currently generating over $20 million in annual sales.

History and Current Business Model

The first Doorstep Delivery was established February 29, 2008 by William Moore and Andrew Brown. They joined partners with Tom Colangelo, who started one of the first restaurant marketing and delivery services in Gainesville, Florida. This service, called Gatorfood.com, was established in 1999 and grew to over $2 million in sales in the first 3 years. The owners have successfully setup and established successful branches all over the United States.

The company in Gainesville was first named GatorFood.com and expanded to Capital City Food in Tallahassee with Daniel Sinor in 2006.  Both Tom Colangelo and Daniel Sinor created a profitable company within 3 months with Capital City Food in Tallahassee in 2006.

With the merger, the names of all locations were changed to Doorstep Delivery in 2011 and the official website became www.DoorstepDelivery.com.  The business model changed into a franchise model as well, with all locations being renamed to Doorstep Delivery in 2011.

Doorstep Delivery typically charges $3.99 for online delivery orders. Food delivery is often quoted on average as 55 minutes. Current restaurants for delivery through Doorstep Delivery include Chili’s, T.G.I.Friday’s, Bento Café, Chuy’s , Jersey Mike’s Subs, Outback Steakhouse, Olive Garden, California Pizza Kitchen, and several other large national restaurant chains in the United States. Doorstep Delivery also delivers for “mom-and-pop” restaurants that are locally owned.

The service specializes in large group orders and delivering to niche locations including the beach, hotels, office buildings, and hospitals. The Doorstep Delivery service is also integrated with online services such as Yelp, GrubHub, and Eat24. Doorstep Delivery also offers concierge service on large orders for groups or organizations.

 Current Locations

Doorstep Delivery is mainly focused in the southeast United States. The current locations for Doorstep Delivery:

Birmingham, AL

Coral Springs, FL

Dallas, TX

Denver, CO

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Gainesville, FL (opened 1999)

Indianapolis, IN (Opening Soon!)

Jacksonville, FL (opened November 2011)

Knoxville, TN

Miami, FL (opened 2011)

Nashville, TN

Orlando, FL

Pembroke Pines, FL

Raleigh, NC

Sarasota, FL

Tallahassee, FL

Tampa/St. Pete, FL

Doorstep Delivery Gainesville & Chili’s in Support of St. Jude Children’s Hospital

If you are ordering in Gainesville, Fl. check out the Chili’s menu as you will have a chance to donate directly to St. Jude Children’s Hospital while placing your order. St. Jude’s is a very important charity that we are proud to support. Below is a little more info about the campaign:

Give to help them live. This month Doorstep Delivery and Chili’s are partnering with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to fight childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. By donating today, your gift will support the kids of St. Jude and help the hospital continue its lifesaving mission of finding cures and saving children. Thanks to donors like you – no family ever pays St. Jude for anything. Join us in finding cures and saving children.

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Doorstep Delivery of Denver & Maggiano’s team up to Make a Wish!

Our Denver branch is proud to announce its partnership with Maggiano’s in the efforts to raise donations and awareness for the Make a Wish foundation. Below is info regarding Maggiano’s and how you can help. Check out the Denver menus pages for a chance to donate today!
Today kicks off our annual Make-A-Wish fundraising drive. Make-A-Wish’s mission is to “Grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.” Maggiano’s Denver Pavi…lions has proudly partnered with MAW for the past 10 years, and we want this year to be the most successful yet!

Come in today and help us grant the wishes of two very special children. Gabrielle is 13 years old, her wish is travel to Hawaii with her family because they have never had a family vacation. Savannah is 4, her wish is to go to California and learn to surf “like Lilo.” Savannah is going to be great surfer, but she needs a little help getting there.

How can you help? There are lots of ways! Come in and enjoy one of our delicious Make-A-Wish specials and a $1.00 will go toward our wish goal or you can order from the comfort of your home with DoorstepDelivery.com !! You can also join us for our MAW charity event and silent auction on June 27th. Buy a star or 2 or ten, or simply round up your check to closest dollar.! Throw some spare change in our “Make-A-Wish Wishing Well”. Every cent adds up!

There are few things as satisfying as seeing the face of child light up! With your help we can grant Gabrielle and Savannah’s wishes! Please “SHARE” this post and let your friends know that Maggiano’s Denver Pavilions needsWish Granters! Hope to see you all soon.”””

Happy Dining!

Order & Save Lives with Doorstep Delivery!!

Doorstep Delivery has partnered with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital! When you order online with us, just look for the Charity section within your menu and add to your cart! So simple for such a great cause. Read below to find out where your donation would go.

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  • The mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Consistent with the vision of our founder Danny Thomas, no child is denied treatment based on race, religion or a family’s ability to pay.
  • St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital opened on February 4, 1962 and was founded by the late entertainer Danny Thomas. Its mission is to find cures for children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases through research and treatment.
  • St. Jude has treated children from all 50 states and from around the world.
  • On average, 7,800 active patients visit the hospital each year, most of whom are treated on an outpatient basis.
  • St. Jude has 78 inpatient beds and treats upwards of 260 patients each day.
  • St. Jude is the first and only pediatric cancer center to be designated as a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the National Cancer Institute.
  • St. Jude is the first institution established for the sole purpose of conducting basic and clinical research and treatment into catastrophic childhood diseases, mainly cancer.
  • Research findings at St. Jude are shared freely with doctors and scientists all over the world.
  • The daily operating cost for St. Jude is $1.8 million, which is primarily covered by public contributions.
  • No family ever pays St. Jude for anything.
  • St. Jude has developed protocols that have helped push overall survival rates for childhood cancers from less than 20 percent when the hospital opened in 1962 to 80 percent today.
  • St. Jude has treated children from all 50 states and from around the world.
  • St. Jude’s scientific discoveries are freely shared with scientific and medical communities throughout the world. Teams of doctors come from every region of the world to study and utilize our protocols in their treatment centers.
  • One patient saved at St. Jude means thousands saved worldwide.
  • International Outreach: The mission of the International Outreach Program at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to improve the survival rate of children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases worldwide, through the sharing of knowledge, technology and organizational skills. There are currently 20 official partner sites in 15 different countries around the world. International Outreach helps partner medical institutions develop tailored evidenced-based protocols for treating children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases. St. Jude physicians serve as mentors to physicians at our partner sites and consult on difficult cases. We train nurses in best practices in clinical care and work with pathologists on techniques for accurate diagnosis. We also partner with local fundraising foundations that support the medical programs. This model has proven to be highly effective in providing children in developing countries access to modern treatment and care.