Taxify will pay 5 Tetri from each order to families of died soldiers, the company press release reads.
“Starting the day of our appearance in Tbilisi, our key mission is to change culture of use by public transport and to deserve goodwill of our citizens. Since then we have transported hundred thousands of passengers and in the future we will provide best services to more passengers.
However, we want to do more and launch a charity campaign to raise funds for families of those died for territorial integrity of Georgia.
Starting December 1 we will transfer 5 Tetri from each order to the charity fund. Our objective is to assist these families.
We also urge our partner drivers to join the campaign and add 5 Tetri from fulfilled orders. Drivers participating in the campaign will be marked by heart symbols in the application”, the statement reads.