Sharebite and Mohsin Memon ’14BUS Help Feed Children In Need with Takeout Order App

One in four children in New York City go hungry each day. While many city dwellers take for granted being able to order-in food a few times a week, there’s a way to help the less fortunate from the comfort of your home.

Sharebite, a food delivery ordering app, has partnered with NYC food charity non-profit City Harvest to give meals to children in need. “It’s a one-to-one model,” Sharebite CEO Mohsin Memon says. Because City Harvest uses leftover cuisine from restaurants and grocery stores, it’s able to keep the cost of its donated meals low — about 23 cents each. When ordering with Sharebite, 2% of the order is donated to City Harvest (users don’t cover donation costs).

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