Delivering Non-Kosher Food to Jews
I became a DoorDash driver because I have to make money somehow. I don’t really have any other options. This job has flexible hours and allows me to take off for Shabbos and Yom Tov without a hassle. I didn’t think it would be a problem if I did it in areas of town without Jewish populations. But it’s happened to me a few times already that I’ve picked up food from a non-kosher restaurant, then delivered it to the home of someone with a name that doesn’t sound Jewish, only to find a mezuzah on their door. This is more common than I ever imagined. And I know I’m not supposed to help Jewish people eat treif.