Double-decker bus road trip includes $20,000 in donations to food pantries across Wisconsin

Madison, Wisconsin – EatStreet is hitting the road for the next month to expand its food delivery service statewide – and to support local food pantries that help feed more than 600,000 Wisconsinites who struggle with hunger

Beginning today, EatStreet, the Wisconsin-based food ordering and delivery company that connects consumers and restaurants online, will head out on its Haulin’ Ass for Hunger Tour to bring much-needed financial donations to food pantries in each Wisconsin city where EatStreet will be launching restaurant delivery this month.

Zigzagging the state in their customized double-decker delivery bus, EatStreet staff will volunteer time and drop off a total of $20,000 in cash donations to food pantries in Wisconsin’s largest cities, where hunger is a serious problem. The tour also will include campus visits and launch party events that let customers experience and learn about EatStreet firsthand.

“Giving back to our local communities has been a big part of EatStreet’s mission since the early days,” said Matt Howard, CEO and co-founder of EatStreet. “As we grow and expand EatStreet delivery services to other cities throughout our home state, we want to support the great organizations and people working to feed our neighbors.” Read the full story here.