Serena Williams has decided to partner with DoorDash, a technology company that connects people with the best of their cities. For the DashPass Wrap, Serena designed a deluxe gift package complete with wrapping paper, gift tags, and bows.
For every gift card claimed, DoorDash will donate $10, up to $50,000, to The Yetunde Price Resource Center, which offers trauma-informed programs that promote individual and community healing and resilience.
Serena Williams’ heart of gold with DoorDash
Serena said, «My family and I are passionate about giving back to the Compton community because it has given us so much growing up.
It’s important that we take care of each other and give back to our communities when we can. Giving back is very personal to me. I created the center with my family in honor of my late sister, who was always incredibly generous to me and the rest of our sisters.
She always made sure we never did without him, even if he did. I am delighted to partner with DoorDash to honor that spirit of generosity and continue to serve families in our resource center. The mental health and well-being of two people seem the same.
At YPRC, we are able to offer resources such as individual and group counseling that help people navigate their daily lives. I encourage people to remove the stigma of asking for help and seek resources to deal with the things that life means.
you in them.” Kofi Amoo-Gottfried, DoorDash CMO, said of the collaboration with the 23-time Slam champion: “At DoorDash, we are constantly looking for partners who share our values to uplift and empower local communities.
That’s why we’re excited to partner with Serena Williams to launch a campaign that will not only surprise and delight DashPass members, but also give back to the community in a meaningful way. »