Inspired by the dawn of a new season, many people have spring cleaning on their mind at this time of the year. In order to help urbanites out with a task that is extremely frustrating if you don't have access to a car, Uber partnered up with Goodwill to make it easier to clean out your closets.
Through the Uber app, users will have the chance to make use of a limited "Give" button to indicate that a grouping of bagged items is available for pickup and dropoff at a nearby Goodwill location.
From restaurants to grocery stores and hotels, with the help of other brands and organizations, Uber continues to prove that it is more than just a taxi service.
Uber and Goodwill Team Up to Help with Spring Cleaning
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