How TakeOutPH helps OFWs

Delivery Rider preparing motorcycle

Overseas Filipino Workers, located almost anywhere in the world, work hard to provide for their families. Even if it means being far away from their loved ones for a long time.

They miss family events, gatherings and are almost never there when it matters the most to their family. 

We’ve been delivering to families of OFWs for more than 2 years. Here’s how TakeOutPH helps OFWs send their love to their families back at home in the Philippines.

Grocery Deliveries

TakeOutPH Grocery Deliveries

Part of TakeOutPH’s services is the grocery and shopping delivery, where we have our riders buy products OFWs desire from our partner stores and deliver it to their family’s doorstep

Flexible Payment methods

TakeOutPH accepts a wide array of payment methods for OFWs who use Paypal or International cards to make sure the payment pushes through no matter where they are in the world.

We plan on adding more payment methods to make our app convenient as possible.

An item isn’t available in our app? We can still buy it!

There are instances where an OFW would like to order something for their family that isn’t available directly on our platform.

With our Pabili service, they just tell us what we need to buy and where we can go to purchase it, then we’ll do the rest!

A Testimony from one of our OFW Customers is the best delivery app for me and my family back home. I have been a customer since the start of pandemic and I can attest that really cares about their customers. They go above and beyond to make sure that the items I ordered are delivered in a timely manner.  This is my go to delivery app when I want to send food packages to my family back home. Looking forward to more transactions with Keep up the good work & Happy Anniversary!❤️”

Denny Pastrana, OFW

Even if they are far away from the people who matter the most, that doesn’t stop them from showing how much they love and care for the people back at home. TakeOutPH is proud and happy to be part of helping OFWs, and will continue doing so for many years to come.