UberEATS joins EAT (RED) DRINK (RED) SAVE LIVES campaign to fight AIDS

Uber is proud to join the EAT (RED) DRINK (RED) SAVE LIVES campaign to drive money and awareness to fight AIDS.  This week, UberEATS will join thousands of restaurants, bars, and businesses in supporting (RED)’s annual culinary campaign.

For every EATS order in New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago, UberEATS will donate $3 per delivery directly to fight AIDS with (RED). UberEATS will also be featuring special (RED) dishes from restaurants participating in the campaign, including items like The (RED) Salad from M Street Kitchen or red macarons from Francios Payard.

To support the campaign, order any menu item on UberEATS, including dishes with the (RED) logo, and Uber will send $3 to fight AIDS with (RED). With just a tap of the Uber app, meals from the best local restaurants will be sent to your door in 10 minutes or less – no lines, no waiting for a table, no reservation needed – and the donation will automatically be sent to fight AIDS.

Our curated menu changes daily, offering up a selection of local favorites and new, crave-worthy bites to satisfy every eater. This week, we are excited to offer special dishes on our menu to support this great campaign. To see what items are featured in this week’s menu, check out ubereats.com.

Ordering lunch through UberEATS is just as easy as requesting a ride:

  • Open the Uber app and slide over to EATS
  • Enter your address or move the pin to your location, and tap VIEW MENU
  • (RED) meals that contribute to fighting AIDS will be highlighted
  • Select the number of meals, tap PLACE ORDER, and your driver will be curbside in minutes

Have a menu suggestion or favorite meal you want to see on EATS? Tell us!

Interested in having your restaurant featured on EATS? Fill out this form.

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