Roadie, an app-powered delivery network, is on the road to ending dog cancer.
The company recently partnered with the National Canine Cancer Foundation to raise funding and awareness for needy dogs and their families.
To support this cause, Roadie is donating a portion of all of their proceeds from pet gigs — trips where drivers transport animals — to the NCCF. The network will also be offering reduced transportation rates to all dogs getting treatment through the NCCF community.
“The NCCF has made great strides in canine cancer research, and we are proud to be partnering with them to help make an impact,” said Marc Gorlin, founder and CEO of Roadie, in a statement. “Pet owners want to do everything they can when their dogs are struggling, and this can be extremely time consuming and expensive. Roadie was founded on the southern hospitality notion of neighbors helping neighbors, and this includes our four-legged friends.”
This southern hospitality will help fund research at the NCCF, to find cures for canine cancers and help the dogs under their care recover.
All pet owners are encouraged to try Roadie, a 24/7 option for safe pet transportation with a courteous and compassionate driver, and know they are helping pets across the country as well.