Uber to Drive Change in Communities through Partnership with Raliance
Raliance has announced a new 5-year partnership with Uber to address and prevent sexual violence in communities. This commitment from Uber marks the second corporate partnership for Raliance. In 2015, the National Football League provided an initial investment to fund Raliance’s mission to end sexual violence in one generation. Uber has also partnered with the National Network to End Domestic Violence, NO MORE, Women of Color Network, Inc, Casa de Esperanza, the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs, and A CALL TO MEN. It is exciting to see major corporations support prevention through partnerships and funding initiatives.
To learn more, check out the press release from Raliance here.