Uber fights sexual assault and domestic violence

Uber has committed $5 million over five years as part of its “Driving Change” campaign to combat sexual assault and domestic violence.

Uber has partnered with numerous groups for the initiative, including Raliance, the National Network to End Domestic Violence, and NO MORE.

The groups began working with Uber several months ago to begin building the initiatives.

The $5-million commitment will fund programmatic partnerships focused on prevention.

“These partners and the funding will also help address critical funding gaps with marginalised communities who are often the most underfunded,” said Uber.

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Uber fights sexual assault and domestic violence