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Uber supports The Nature Conservancy during "Ride for a Cause" month

During the month of March 2014, Uber will contribute $1 for every ride taken in the New York metro region when riders type in promo code “Nature” in the Uber app and request an UberX, UberBLACK or Uber SUV. This “Ride for a Cause” month provides a tangible way for individuals to help make a meaningful difference for our planet, one ride at a time. Contributions will be used to support conservation work in New York, conserving the lands and waters on which all life depends.

About The Nature Conservancy in New York

The Nature Conservancy was founded in New York in 1951. The organization's first act of land protection was a 60-acre purchase in 1954 at the Mianus River Gorge in Westchester County. Today, the Conservancy's work spans the Empire State, from restoring more natural water levels in Lake Ontario; to conserving forest connectivity and protecting forest health in the Allegany, Adirondack and Catskill regions; to assisting coastal communities on Long Island as they plan for future storm impacts and address water pollution; to understanding the value and role of natural systems in dense urban settings such as New York City.

About Uber

Uber connects riders to drivers through mobile apps, making cities more accessible, opening up more possibilities for riders and more business for drivers. Founded in 2009, Uber provides service in over 70 cities today, with an expanding global presence that brings people and their cities closer.

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