Approximately 60% of individuals living in the U.S. order food through a delivery service at least once a week, as of 2022. Due to the convenience of getting food delivered and the lockdowns accompanying the COVID-19 pandemic, the food delivery industry has grown by 200% over the last several years. When people are busy working remotely or recovering from an illness at home it can be difficult to run errands such as grocery shopping.
Maybe your brother has recently been really preoccupied at work. Then he picks up his kids from school to bring them to soccer practice. By the time the day is over, he's too exhausted to make dinner, but everyone is hungry. Giving the gift of an at-home meal in the form of a DoorDash gift card can make your brother's day. It relieves some of his stress while still ensuring the family can eat dinner together.
But what if you live far away or don't really even cook much for yourself? Like a DoorDash gift card, a Giftly Gift for use at DoorDash can provide a delicious meal for your brother and his kids from their restaurant of choice. Whether your nieces and nephews have been wanting some fettuccine alfredo, mashed potatoes, tacos, or sushi, you can give them the gift of an at-home meal, even if it isn't homemade.