With the UK now in its seventh week of confinement, many Britons rely on food delivery apps, including Deliveroo and Uber Eats.
Now, Deliveroo has launched a new tool that allows you to transform your take-away into a charity donation.
Users can now choose to round their account to the nearest pound, with additional funds sent to the NHS or used to fund free coupons for NHS workers.
Will Shu, CEO and cofounder of Deliveroo, said: "We have seen incredible support from customers and partners to bring free meals to NHS workers.
"We hope that this new fundraising tool will make it even easier to donate customers to help us provide even more meals for those working on the NHS frontline."
The new tool will launch in the app this week and will give customers the option of rounding up their account or adding a fixed amount of money to their account.
All additional funds will go towards the cost of delivering meals to the NHS or new vouchers for NHS workers.
Any excess financing will be provided directly to the NHS.
Deliveroo also made available another 30,000 £ 20 coupons available to NHS workers, taking advantage of 50,000 previous free coupons for NHS works.
The announcement marks the celebration of what would have been Florence Nightingale's 200th birthday today
Shu added, "We want to recognize and celebrate the work of Florence Nightingale on the front lines for all these years, as well as the incredible work that nurses and the entire NHS team are doing at the moment."