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Ridesharer Uride donating portion of profits to local charities

Fifty per cent of profits on all corporate rides undertaken by Uride in July will be donated to charities and not-for-profit organizations
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Uride is donating 50 per cent of profits on all corporate rides for the month of July to local charities and not-for-profit organizations. 

Canadian rideshare company Uride is donating 50 per cent of all profits derived from corporate rides to local charities and not-for-profit organizations during the month of July. 

“We’re huge fans of good deeds and giving back to the community,” Uride founder Cody Ruberto said in a media release issued by the company.

“There’s a lot of incredible charities and not-for-profit organizations doing great work. We’re excited to bring an easy way for businesses to give back, and we hope it inspires others to find ways to get involved in their community. Just by booking rides, businesses will be making a difference.”

The company recently launched its “Uride for Business” program, which focuses on providing reliable transportation for businesses and organizations. 

Uride operates 24/7 in 10 Canadian cities, including Greater Sudbury, and was created with the mission of ending impaired driving in smaller cities and towns. 

Businesses looking to use the Uride for Business service can email corporate@uridetech.com.