Start ordering with Uber Eats

Order now

Embrace your voice this Sexual Assault Awareness Month

March 30, 2018 / US

As part of an ongoing commitment to drive change and help prevent sexual assault and domestic violence in our global communities, we’re teaming up with leading organizations to encourage everyone to embrace their voice. Starting this spring, you can join us at volunteer and community events across the country.

Let’s join forces to make a lasting impact

Hear local nonprofits and advocates discuss sexual assault and domestic violence prevention, or team up to help affected people in your area. You can search the many volunteer and community events to attend below.*

*New events will be added throughout the spring and summer months, so check back regularly for additional dates.

What does embracing your voice mean?

This year’s national Sexual Assault Awareness Month theme is “Embrace your voice.” Uber is proud to come together to embrace our voices and commit to help preventing sexual assault and domestic violence. Here are more details from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

“There are many ways to embrace one’s voice, from practicing or providing consent to speaking out against stereotypes or gender biases.…We all have a unique role to play in prevention and changing the culture.

“When we reflect on and change how we think and talk about the issue of sexual violence and consent, we can create a culture of respect, equality, and safety. All of our voices have power. It’s time for everyone to find that voice and embrace it.”

How we can work together to keep our communities safe

Uber’s Community Guidelines are designed to help ensure that riders and drivers have a 5-star ride and feel comfortable when using the Uber app. Please take a moment to read them, so that if you see something, you can embrace your voice and speak up. See our Community Guidelines >

Learn more about Uber’s global commitment to help prevent sexual assault and domestic violence.

For more information and resources, and to take NO MORE’s pledge to help end sexual assault and domestic violence in your community, click here>

Learn more about our partners


A CALL TO MEN is a violence-prevention organization and respected leader on issues of manhood, male socialization and its intersection with violence, and preventing violence against all women and girls.

Learn more about A CALL TO MEN > 

Casa de Esperanza

Casa de Esperanza is a leader in the domestic violence movement and a national resource center for organizations working with Latinos in the US.

Learn more about Casa de Esperanza > 

National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs (NCAVP)

NCAVP works to respond to and end all forms of violence against and within LGBTQ communities. It strives to increase power, safety, and resources for LGBTQ survivors of violence through research, policy advocacy, education, and technical assistance. NCAVP is coordinated by the New York City Anti-Violence Project.

Learn more about NCAVP > 

National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV)

NNEDV is dedicated to creating a social, political, and economic environment in which violence against women no longer exists.

Learn more about NNEDV > 


NO MORE unites and strengthens a diverse global community to help end domestic violence, sexual assault, and abuse.

For more information and resources, and to take NO MORE’s pledge to help end sexual assault and domestic violence in your community, click here >


Raliance is a collaborative initiative dedicated to ending sexual violence in one generation.

Learn more about Raliance > 

Women of Color Network Inc. (WOCN)

WOCN is a national grassroots organization working to end violence against all women by centralizing the voices, wellness, and leadership of women of color and their communities.

Learn more about WOCN >