To learn more about DoorDash, you can read their blog, which describes the new pricing structure, beginning with a basic plan at 15% commission.
DoorDash has incorporated new features, like transparency for merchant partners, and different pricing options to improve the service they provide to restaurants.
In addition, DoorDash has a Community Credit Grants Program where DoorDash donates digital gift cards to nonprofits supporting communities in need.
DoorDash prioritizes supporting historically marginalized communities as an ongoing eﬀort that demands thoughtful, meaningful action. DoorDash is committed to taking action through their product, platform, and resources.
DoorDash supports women, immigrant, and people of color-owned businesses
Launched in 2019, the entrepreneurship and access programs support entrepreneurs from historically marginalized communities with access to capital, connection to capacity-building resources, and marketing support from DoorDash. To date, Kitchens Without Borders, Made by Women, and Black-owned business programs have supported over 2,000 entrepreneurs.
DoorDash makes it easy for customers to ﬁnd and order from Black-owned businesses by searching “Black-owned” in the app or online.
Access to capital
Through a partnership with Kiva, Black-owned restaurants on our platform are eligible for a 0% interest loan matched by DoorDash.
Legal and Marketing Support
Through a partnership with Start Small Think Big, restaurants can receive 1:1 advising and technical assistance.
In 2021 DoorDash launched the Main Street Strong Accelerator in partnership with Accion Opportunity Fund. We provided $2M in grants to 100 business owners across the country, along with an 8-week training program to support restaurateurs for the long term. Learn more.
Visit the DoorDash Impact Hub here.