Drivers Giving Back
Being a force for good in your community takes effort, energy, and commitment. Recently, Washington D.C. driver Carlos gathered a group of Lyft drivers to give back.
Our drivers have seen it all, and we’re so glad that we are able to watch you use Lyft for Good to connect with your community. Recently, freezing Chicago temperatures motivated local drivers to gather clothing with local organization Chicago Cares.
The holidays may be behind us, but the spirit of giving remains as strong as ever in the Lyft community. Inspired by San Francisco's Lyft for Good volunteer-a-thon, Austin drivers recently worked with Meals On Wheels And More to facilitate food delivery to homebound seniors.
Silicon Valley drivers are no strangers to giving back. After donating dozens of toys for a local radio station’s Toys For Tots drive, another group joined together to make Lyft For Good backpacks to deliver to the local homeless shelter.
Stories from the Road
We’ve all been there. We left the light on, forgot to close the glove compartment, or played the radio just a little too long with the engine off, and ended up with a dead car battery.
Welcome to this week’s featured driver hangouts, where we’re showcasing your regular weekly socials, and a few unique driver-planned events.
This week, Minneapolis/St. Paul drivers celebrated a huge milestone: their one-year Lyft anniversary.
Boston driver Gabriel is a concert producer, consultant for artists, and an open mic performer. He recently combined his talents to encapsulate the Lyft experience in song.
When Ben’s not behind the wheel, he performs a one-man play that he created: Voices of Men. Using humor and celebrity impressions, he encourages an end to gender-based violence.
Jack, an Atlanta driver, hadn’t seen his mother in over a year. Due to financial constraints, he couldn’t afford a plane ticket home for the holidays. He disclosed his dilemma during a heart-to-heart with his passenger, Valerie.
Each week, drivers across the country get together to laugh, bond, and talk about Lyft. Welcome to this week's featured driver meetups.
This week's Golden Fistbump Award goes to Tim, who served as a modern-day snow machine in a fellow driver's time of need.
Drivers nationwide gathered last week to celebrate the newly released Glowstache.
Chicago’s own Love Lyft, James Slack, stars on the Steve Harvey Show this week, with his ‘Love Journal’ in the spotlight. Read on for his firsthand account of the experience.
In Salt Lake City, a passionate local college student and driver, Angie Palmer, stepped up to the regulatory debate — and quickly became a huge asset for our local Government Relation team.
New Year's Eve is a lot of things: joyous, chaotic, occasionally messy, and always buzzing with excitement for the year ahead. For San Francisco drivers Camille and Ian, it was a night that changed their lives forever.