Responsibility.org Welcomes Grubhub, Intellicheck, RNDC, Uber to Corporate Partner Program in Q1 2022
The Responsibility.org Corporate Partner Program underscores the organizations’ commitment to responsibility — saving lives on our nation's roads, keeping alcohol out of youths' hands, and making responsible choices about drinking
Arlington, Va.— Today, Responsibility.org announced the addition of four companies to its Corporate Partner Program in the first quarter of 2022.
“We are excited to welcome Grubhub, Intellicheck, Republic National Distributing Company, and Uber to the Responsibility.org Corporate Partner Program. These organizations have established themselves as leaders in their respective industries, and their commitment to social responsibility is an extension of the great work they do as corporate citizens,” said Chris R. Swonger, president and CEO of Distilled Spirits Council of the United States (DISCUS) and Responsibility.org. “We applaud these organizations for recognizing the value of a collective impact approach to tackling complex societal issues and for joining our cause to make a positive impact in communities across the country. As an organization, we are committed to increasing our impact and will continue to seek out strategic partnerships with organizations from a wide range of industries to meaningfully address impaired driving, underage drinking, and responsible consumption.”
Grubhub, a Responsibility.org Corporate Supporter, will work closely with Responsibility.org to advance its corporate responsibility initiatives surrounding alcohol delivery best practices and provide resources on underage drinking prevention and responsible decision-making to Grubhub customers.
Intellicheck, a Responsibility.org Corporate Patron, will work closely with Responsibility.org regarding ID verification and authentication best practices and a common standard when checking identification of individuals purchasing alcohol for delivery.
Republic National Distributing Company, a Responsibility.org Corporate Patron, will work closely with Responsibility.org on the furtherance of corporate social responsibility efforts, as well as engage in responsible alcohol consumption campaigns like Alcohol Responsibility Month and We Don’t Serve Teens.
Uber will support Responsibility.org’s mission as a Corporate Patron. Responsibility.org and Uber will work together to develop and promote responsible consumption messaging and products that will benefit the company’s customers while bolstering Uber’s efforts to deliver alcohol safely and responsibly. Uber will also work in tandem with the organization to tackle the issue of impaired driving as a supporter of the National Alliance to Stop Impaired Driving.
The Responsibility.org Corporate Partner Program serves as a vehicle to further the organization’s mission to eliminate underage drinking, stop impaired driving, and promote responsible consumption as it celebrates 30 years of impact. Corporate Partners will also sponsor and participate in the second annual NASID conference, which will take place this summer to further address the growing issue of multiple substance impaired driving. In addition, the program will seek thought-leadership opportunities for partners to widen the organization’s reach and influence policymaking and social change.
To learn more about the Corporate Partner Program, please visit Responsibility.org.
Responsibility.org is a national not-for-profit that aims to eliminate drunk driving and work with others to end all impaired driving, eliminate underage drinking, and empower adults to make a lifetime of responsible alcohol choices as part of a balanced lifestyle. Responsibility.org is funded by the following distillers: Bacardi USA, Inc.; Beam Suntory Inc.; Brown-Forman; Campari Group; DIAGEO; Edrington, Mast-Jägermeister US, Inc.; Moët Hennessy USA; Ole Smoky, LLC; Pernod Ricard USA; and William Grant & Sons. For 30 years, Responsibility.org has transformed countless lives through programs that bring individuals, families, and communities together to inspire a lifetime of responsible alcohol choices. To learn more, please visit www.Responsibility.org.