To celebrate the season of giving, DoorDash has collaborated with Schitt's Creek star Dan Levy for “Get Giving”, a curated list of holiday gifts all created by a variety of remarkable small businesses on DoorDash led by immigrants, people of color, and other historically underrepresented entrepreneurs.
"As a small business owner myself, I always try to support other entrepreneurs whenever possible,” said Levy. “I'm so glad that I could partner with DoorDash to curate a gift list focused on local neighborhood shops and restaurants this holiday season.”
The Levy-approved list includes gifts from more than 40 small businesses across the US, including Chicago, and Canada.
Shopping runs Dec. 9 through Dec. 28. with all gifts delivered on-demand, same-day or can be scheduled ahead, with DoorDash's newly launched Nationwide Shipping and the Gifting feature.
In Chicago, Levy's exclusive list includes: Breakfast
from Immigrant-owned restaurant Janik's Cafe5 Rabbit Gringolandia Ironica IPA (12oz can - 6pk)
from Immigrant-owned brewery 5 Rabbit CerveceriaWild Nectar Bathbomb
- Set of 4 from Queer-owned apothecary L+A Healing StudioIndaba, Sauvignon Blanc BTL
from Black-owned restaurant Demer Ethiopian Restaurant
Nationwide Shipping:Big Shakes Ultimate Gift Box
from Black-owned restaurant Big Shake's Hot Chicken & FishXCJ's Dumpling Experience with Bamboo Dumpling Steamer & XCJ Crafted Sauces
from Asian-owned restaurant Xiao Chi JieHoliday Cheer Bouquet
from Immigrant-owned floral and gift shop Pomp FlowersHoney Caramel Macadamia Nut Tart
from Women-owned bakery Hawaii Tart CompanyKatz's Best of New York
from Jewish-owned restaurant Katz's DeliWildgrain Trial Box
from Women and Immigrant-owned bakery Wildgrain
All participating merchants are Black-Owned, Women-Owned, Queer-Owned, Immigrant-Owned, Afghan-Owned, Jewish-Owned, Indigenous-Owned, or Asian-Owned.
To begin shopping, open the DoorDash app and look for the banner at the top of the homepage directing you to Get Giving with Dan Levy.From a press release