- Uber is committing 200,000 free trips to NHS staff
- Uber Eats to commit 100,000 meals
- Anyone working in the NHS can visit Uber.com/NHS to receive free rides and meals.
Uber will cover free meals and trips to NHS staff, helping reduce the pressure on the heroes on the frontline of the coronavirus crisis.
The free rides and meals can be claimed by anyone with an NHS email address, including many of the 300,000 nurses in the UK.
Uber will commit 200,000 free trips up to a value of £15 each to help staff get to and from work.
Uber Eats will cover NHS staff with a £10 voucher they can use to buy a meal from thousands of restaurants and convenience stores in more than 150 towns and cities across the UK.
Dara Khosrowshahi, CEO, Uber said:
“The incredible nurses, doctors and support staff of the NHS are doing heroic work at the forefront of this crisis, and everyone at Uber thanks them for their extraordinary efforts. We hope we can help in a small way with meals and transportation as they work tirelessly day and night.”
Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, said:
“Everyone has a role to play in our national effort to help the NHS tackle coronavirus, so it’s great to see Uber playing their part by offering meals and trips to work for our brilliant NHS staff.”
NHS staff members can visit uber.com/NHS to learn more about accessing their free ride and Eats promotion code as well as the terms and conditions that apply.
NHS workers in London can also use JUMP bikes free of charge to get to and from work. JUMP operates in the London boroughs of Camden, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea and Hackney, covering eight large NHS Trusts with tens of thousands of NHS staff.
JUMP is now prioritising its service for NHS workers to ensure they can safely park the bikes near hospitals to ensure their journey to work is as easy as possible.