Charity Miles: Walking & Running Distance Tracker
By Charity Miles
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Why do so many people recommend Charity Miles to their friends? Because it helps you get fit and make an impact by earning money for charity when you walk, run, bike and otherwise track your fitness.
So far our members have earned over $2 million for charity—helping others and themselves at the same time.
Anyone can use Charity Miles, anywhere—walking the dog, on your morning jog, or just moving through your day. Just by turning on Charity Miles you can make an impact with your everyday movement. Even if you're already using a Fitbit steps tracker or other activity tracker, you can still use Charity Miles for walking tracking to earn money for charities and do more with your steps!
By using Charity Miles, you’ll be helping others—and yourself. Because moving with purpose will inspire you to move more—to go the extra mile. It also helps you appreciate your own health, which will help you make other healthy choices every day. This is why Charity Miles helps so many people lose weight and get in the best shape of their lives.
How Charity Miles Works:
1. Charity Miles works like a pedometer, run-tracker, walking timer, cycling meter or running stopwatch. Just start and stop your workout to track your distance.
2. Choose from over 40 world-changing charities to support.
3. This challenge term (June 1, 2016 - May 31, 2017), we will be paying our sponsorship pool (currently $500,000) to our charity partners in proportion to the miles done for each charity. Thanks to our sponsors for supporting us!
Women's Running Magazine's Best Overall App
Men's Fitness Magazine's Game Changer of the Year
Winner of the SXSW People's Choice Award
Winner of a Webby Award For Best Health & Fitness App
• Stand Up To Cancer
• Habitat for Humanity
• Alzheimer's Association
• The Nature Conservancy
• The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
• Team Red, White & Blue
• ALS Association
• National Multiple Sclerosis Society
• American Diabetes Association
• The Michael J. Fox Foundation
• Feeding America
• Charity: Water
• Girls On The Run
• Every Mother Counts
• The World Food Programme
• Wounded Warrior Project
• Autism Speaks
• The Partnership For A Healthier America
• Girl Up
• Back On My Feet
• Pencils of Promise
• Team For Kids
• Special Olympics
• She's The First
• Vision Spring
• Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America
• Achilles International
• The Ironman Foundation
• Nothing But Nets
• World Wildlife Fund
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CharityMiles/
• Instagram: @Charitymiles
• Twitter: @CharityMiles
• Support: https://twitter.com/CMilesSupport
What's New in Version 4.2.4
Hi Charity Miles Fans!! We have a few awesome updates:
- More filter options for Post Workout Share, swipe to see
- Bug fixes
Thank you for supporting us! Questions or Feedback? Email us at email@example.com
Great app, but needs apple watch compatibility
I love that I can exercise and make money for charity at the same time. The only reason I'm giving this a 4, instead of 5 stars, is because it's not compatible with the Apple Watch. It drains my battery when I try to use it during all of my exercising throughout the day. Plus, I am often pacing at work, where I can't have a phone on me, so being able to get miles with just my watch would be amazing!
This app motivates me to get up and get moving because I know it's for a good cause. I would love to donate that $19 a month to all my favorite charities but I just don't have that kind of money. Just 2 and 1/2 miles a day will donate $19 to 1 charity in a month. Imagine when I get more fit and can run for more charities per month. You can only chose 1 charity at a time so I just have to remember to alternate them every $19.
I LOVE this app!!
I have been using this app for about a months and it is great!! I love being able to make a difference while walking or bike riding. I do wish that the app would tell you a total of how much you have individually earned for the charity you choose. I think it would help keep people motivated to know how much money their exercise had contributed.