Postmates Fleet Relief Fund: What You Need to Know

Our partner Postmates Inc. created the Fleet Relief Fund to provide its couriers with a credit to be used for health expenses like testing and treatment associated with COVID-19. Here's what else you need to know about the fund.
by Julia Rubano March 17, 2020
In light of recent events surrounding the spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus), our partner Postmates has begun providing couriers and merchants with additional resources for managing the potential consequences of this outbreak.

Postmates’ new Fleet Relief Fund provides eligible couriers with access to credits from an emergency relief fund. These funds can be deposited toward an individual’s Starship-powered health savings account (HSA).

How Does it Work?

This Fleet Relief Fund will allow couriers nationwide to take proactive and preventative measures, and will provide funds to help cover medical check-ups regardless of whether the courier has been quarantined or diagnosed with COVID-19.


Couriers who have made at least one delivery in the past 14 days are eligible for credits from the Fleet Relief Fund. If deemed eligible, the funds will be deposited into the postmates’ Starship-powered health savings account.

In order to be eligible for credit from the emergency relief fund, postmates must be enrolled in a Starship health savings account (HSA). Any courier who is not currently fully enrolled with Starship but is interested in the emergency relief credit, can learn more and sign up by heading to and clicking on Get Started.

A Note from the Starship Team

Starship is always proud to be partnered with Postmates. But right now, we’re especially pleased to do our part in helping so many hardworking couriers take care of themselves during such an unprecedented time.

For more information about who is eligible for a relief credit, how to receive it, and more, head to

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