Support Plymouth Housing with UberEATS

Help us celebrate the local food, chefs, and community we love. 

This month we’re partnering with Plymouth Housing, an organization working to end homelessness in Seattle.

From Monday, November 16th to Friday, November 20th, five of our UberEATS restaurant partners will create fall inspired dishes to help bring meals to Plymouth Housing residents on Thanksgiving.

Proceeds from Cask and Trotter, Soi, Canal Market, Quinn’s Pub, and A la Mode Pies orders will help Uber and our partners to provide a Thanksgiving meal at Plymouth Housing Group for its tenants.

“Every year, Plymouth – with the help of our generous volunteers and donors – coordinates a Thanksgiving meal for our tenants. This effort allows people who may no longer be in contact with friends and family to enjoy a home cooked meal with the good company of their Plymouth community,” said Shoko Toyama, Development and Events Coordinator at Plymouth Housing Group.

We’re honored to work with amazing chefs and partner with Plymouth Housing, a organization that is doing such important work in our community. 

“We care about our neighbors and enjoy supporting outstanding groups like Plymouth Housing. It’s a pleasure to contribute to their Thanksgiving feast with some of our favorite family recipes.” – Scott and Heather Staples, Owners of Restaurant Zoe, Quinn’s Pub, Uneeda Burger, Sole Repair, and Feed Company Burgers

Learn more about the chefs and the work Plymouth Housing does for our community.

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