For a couple of years now, we have offered the home delivery option for our San Francisco members. We work with a delivery company called RickShaw. It is an additional fee, but we are only charging enough to cover what RickShaw is charging us. This is a convenient service that brings your CSA share right to your door, or maybe to your work, and a surprising number of our SF members have signed up.
A few months ago, RickShaw expanded their delivery zones to include parts of the East Bay and Peninsula. We haven't really talked about it much, but since we are focusing on upping the CSA membership this week, I figure now is an excellent time tomake sure everyone is updated. We have included the maps, so you can see the coverage area. I don't know what the policy is for companies like FB or Google, etc if employees can get deliveries at work? But it is a densely worker populated region, and maybe a good way to spread the word, and have people get CSA Shares? Unfortunately, the home delivery option is the only way we can get CSA Shares down the Peninsula, it is too far for our trucks to deliver to drop sites.