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How to easily organize and deliver meals to the ones you love and care about when they need it most.
Who hasn’t known a loved one, friend, or family member in a time of life change or challenge?
Consider a new mom or someone recovering from illness or disability or in a long-term care support role, among others – and have you been unsure how to best serve them? We all know how important it is for family and community to be part of the healing process and to show care and concern for someone dealing with a life-changing event. Sirvve brings together the comfort and ease of the classic meal train through Crowd-Gifting and offers you the ability to deliver chef-crafted meals that are ready to heat and eat in just minutes.
In these moments of change that life dishes out (maternity, short- and long-term illness, and mourning), all people want and need is to heal or recover and to get some personal time back-enjoy greater convenience. They can now be met with flavorful meals that the whole family will love.
Why would you sign someone up for a Meal Gifting program?
It takes the guesswork out of the “what to give, when to deliver, and what do they like or need.” Only the host will need to know the recipients’ meal preferences and restrictions. Everyone else will simply contribute easily through a direct link to the campaign.
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How do you get family, friends, and others involved?
All direct links can be shared via Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, email, and text. Once the link is clicked, everyone is directed to the specific profile and meal gifts or a specific dollar amount can be given immediately. And, ‘gifters’ can make their gift anonymous if preferred.
Sirvve is perfectly positioned to make this an easy way to help someone going through a major life transition.
The Founder is a 30-year veteran of the hospitality industry whose personal experience inspired the platform. When her brother-in-law and business partner was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia in 2015 she saw firsthand the difficulty of getting a good meal on the dinner table. Her twin sister and brother-in-law were a family of six, with children aged 2, 4, 14, and 15. Along with the normal routines of bath time, dance, soccer, homework, and careers, now caretaking and battling one of the most aggressive and unforgiving cancers – finding anything resembling balance seemed impossible. Add in meal trains and drop-ins by well-intended family members and friends offering another chicken pot pie and well wishes. The result was a busy and worn-out family that was so grateful but filled with feelings of being overwhelmed.
Where is Sirvve available.
Campaigns can be set up from anywhere in the world, and then delivered anywhere in the contiguous United States (does not include Hawaii and Alaska, sorry!)
Feel great about it…
When you and everyone else contribute to a campaign, Sirvve ‘gifts’ a serving for every family meal purchased, through a program appropriately called Second Helpings. These portions are shared with anyone in your local neighborhood or across the country who is experiencing food insecurity. This is FOOD for GOOD!
When you visit their site (www.sirvve.com) and set up your first campaign (and, yes you can set up more than one:) ), you will receive a $25 gift towards the first gift you make. Just enter the following code at checkout WORKINGMOMS.
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This is helpful to know when someone is in need. I like it when there are easy ways to gather together to help someone during a tough time.
This is such a wonderful and helpful idea.
this looks like such a wonderful initiative to help others
I think this is really nice and thoughtful. I remember when I was sick, I wish someone would gift us a meal for several days so I can truly rest. I have friends who also asked too for meals after they gave birth as “a baby shower present”
SONIA SEIVWRIGHT says
I love this idea. I have seen a lot of small food catering businesses opening up since the pandemic started. However, this is a great idea. People will benefit from this.
Rachel Dyer says
How nice and convenient for the giver and receiver. Especially for those people who really want to contribute but can’t cook or don’t have the time to.
Yes!! My coworkers did something like this for us when we had Covid and it was the sweetest thought.
Akyn Fullhouse says
Such a thoughtful way of helping our friends out there who may need our help especially in this form,gifting them via food delivery.I love it. It’s a brilliant Idea.