Following the government’s announcement placing the entire Metro Manila, Laguna, Bulacan, Cavite, and Rizal under MECQ starting August 4, Grab will be temporarily suspending its GrabCar services beginning Aug 4, 12MN. In light of this development, Grab, along with its partners, will continue to support our communities – the driver-partners, merchants, frontliners, and most especially […]
Grab, through its GrabBayanihan program, has committed to help Quezon City residents recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic by aiming to provide livelihood opportunities to around 1,000 tricycle drivers, displaced workers, and small business owners in the city who have been severely impacted by the pandemic.
Grab, through its GrabBayanihan program, has committed to help Navotenos recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic by aiming to provide livelihood opportunities to 500 tricycle drivers and displaced workers to be part of Grab’s delivery fleet.
Grab Philippines together with the City government of Manila, has announced its partnership which aims to leverage on Grab’s platform, and provide livelihood opportunities to thousands of Manilenos who have been greatly affected by the pandemic, thus helping them recover from the impacts of the pandemic.