Social Distance Delivery



Social Distance Delivery is a non-profit organization started by UVA alumni and future medical students, Nick Ehat and Fayez Jabboure, in order to provide elderly individuals, people with chronic health conditions, and all individuals considered medically vulnerable with a safe way to obtain groceries during the Covid-19 pandemic. They have created a network of college students and recent graduates who will shop for you, pay for the groceries on your behalf, and bring the goods to your door with no delivery fee. You will pay only for the cost of your groceries.


All deliveries are contactless and all volunteers pledge to practice self-quarantine and wear gloves and a mask while buying and delivering the groceries to prevent contamination. If you are in need of this service and live in one of the following locations, click on the links below to place your first order!


Locations


DC, Southern Maryland, and Northern VA

Charlottesville, VA

Stafford County, VA

Wesley Chapel, FL


Hours of Operation


Monday-Saturday 9 AM - 7 PM

Due to the high volume of requests, please limit orders to once per week.

Volunteer


If you are healthy, have been practicing self-quarantine, have access to gloves and a mask, and wish to join the Social Distance Delivery Team, please click here. If you are a member of the COVID19 Student Service Corps at UVA and would like to volunteer with Social Distance Delivery, you can also contact Parker Brodsky (pab3dy@virginia.edu).


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