ShareBite, Seamless with Social Mission

If you live in any major city in the U.S. There is no doubt you've ordered Seamless in the wee hours of the morning, opened the door in your pajamas and were oh so excited to cuddle back in bed with your sesame chicken and hit play on the latest Netflix original. Let's hope it was something educational and entertaining, but no judgement if not. Well now there is a way to do all of that AND donate meals to hungry children right here in the United States or to a charity of your choice. Doing good has never been so yummy, until ShareBite

Here's how it works.

  1. Download the app in the App Store  
  2. Select feed hungry children or do a charity search to see which organizations it is possible to donate to through the app. There are 1000s of charities in here.
  3. Put in your address and order (basically the same protocol as Seamless and other delivery apps). 
  4. At the end, each meal you purchase gives a child in need a meal (or the money goes to your selected charity). 

It's great and simple to do good at no extra cost to you, the consumer. In addition to all of this, the app is combatting decision fatigue by giving you details on the top trending meals around you. Either follow the leaders or choose your personal favorites. Start eating and making a difference.

ShareBite launched in mid-June, so be an earlier adopter, share the love and help this startup get the word out about eating and helping others ease. 

Moral of the Story: Good Food can also Do Good.  


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Jesse Ayala

New York, New York, USA

Developing social good and value-adding products, Ayala seeks to enhance culture and behavior through experiences that address both macro- and micro-level problems. This mantra has led Ayala down an non-traditional career path, linking fashion, technology, performance art, media, education, community building, and design. Ayala has been honored by the Huffington Post and InStyle magazine for innovation and style in the digital new economy. Ayala is the co-founder and Creative Director of