Uber Pledges $1 Million to Help Afghan Refugees

Uber Pledges $1 Million to Help Afghan Refugees

Gig economy giant Uber is pledging $1 million to help Afghan refugees in the wake of President Joe Biden’s disastrous withdrawal from Kabul, which resulted in 13 U.S. service members killed, American citizens left behind, the bombing and killing of citizens, as well as other forms of chaos that ensued as the president bungled the end of America’s costly 20-year war in Afghanistan.

In the meantime, Uber has decided to prioritize Afghan refugees, pledging on Thursday that it will donate $1 million — an increase from its previous $600,000 pledge — to help them, according to a report by CNET.

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The company has also reportedly launched an in-app donation button for customers and says it will match in-app donations up to an additional $1 million.

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Uber is even reportedly adding two of Afghanistan’s major languages — Pashto and Dari— to its

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