By volunteering time, sharing our technology, and finding great partners, we’re standing with the organizations that are helping to make people’s lives better in the communities we serve.
Partnering with nonprofits can help make the most meaningful impact for everyone. Learn more about our priorities below.
We help underserved populations, particularly women, move toward economic empowerment and inclusion through access to education, career training, and other opportunities.
Helping prevent impaired driving is one of the ways we make roads safer. We also use our platform to help prevent human trafficking and enforce safety guidelines, so trips can be welcoming for everyone.
In the event of emergencies or other times of need, we’re in our communities to support residents with meals, donations, and access to reliable rides to get to a safe place.
We help support organizations that work with educators, schools, and youth, so that the next generation of people entering the workforce reflects the communities we serve.
Our technology has transformed mobility for many people with disabilities, and we’re committed to continuing to help develop solutions that support everyone’s ability to easily move around their communities.
Because of our local presence around the world, it’s our responsibility to help connect and positively affect the cities and customers we serve, every day.
Every Wednesday morning, as part of a pledge Uber took with 12 other local companies, Uber employees deliver groceries to homebound seniors at more than 10 residential buildings, where the need is greatest.
Since the beginning of 2019, Uber has arranged over 400 deliveries of nutritious meals to children at afterschool programs across the greater Toronto area.
Uber NYC employees came together to redevelop an urban farm by breaking down flower boxes, cleaning up, and planting trees to make way for a greenhouse.
We believe in joining forces with like-minded community organizations to make a difference locally.
The Uber Community Impact Initiative is a program that seeks to remove transportation as a barrier to accessing economic opportunity for underrepresented people, including women, immigrants, and/or people of color.
Nonprofits that apply and are selected will receive a grant consisting of Uber ride credits and a cash donation.