Third-party delivery platform Grubhub has launched a new membership program called Grubhub+, promising to provide new rewards and benefits, including the opportunity for members to support No Kid Hungry, a national nonprofit dedicated to ending child hunger in the U.S.
Members receive “unlimited free delivery” from Grubhub+ restaurants and 10% cashback on money spent on orders. Additionally, customers can make donations to No Kid Hungry through Grubhub’s Donate the Change program. They can round up their orders—for example, from $9.42 to $10—and the extra money goes to No Kid Hungry, with Grubhub matching each donation.
Grubhub+ is also offered free to college students enrolled in any of the 150-plus campuses that work with the company.
Grubhub rolled out a rewards program, called Perks, last fall. “Now with Grubhub+, we’re excited to dramatically expand rewards while doubling our charitable impact and assisting with our elite support teams. We’ve pulled out all the stops for this program,” said Sam Hall, Grubhub’s chief product officer, in a statement.
Matt Maloney, Grubhub’s founder and CEO, said Grubhub is “laser-focused on having the most restaurants in the network and giving away as much free food as possible. With the most restaurants and the best loyalty programs, we believe that we have the right formula and are ideally positioned for success.”