Active Giving - Be Active. Do Good.

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About this app

Use the Active Giving app to track your runs or bike-rides. Plus, enter your last workout and learn how to do good while being active.

To get started download the app and log your first activity, either with builtin GPS tracking or by entering the efforts from your last workout. Then share your accomplishments to your social media accounts and inspire your friends to do good while being active.

Create an Active Giving account to unlock the full set of features:

Strava Connect: link your Strava account to Active Giving to automatically sync activities across both platforms.
Team Challenges: Active Giving offers exclusive team challenges for virtual events, company wide wellness programs, and digital marketers seeking to increase engagement.
Project Selection: select and support specifically your favorite project from the list of projects in the list.

Press Features:

“Active Giving is a movement that gives people the opportunity to achieve something huge, while simply getting their daily exercise hit.” - Fashionweek Magazine

Here is why our Active Giver’s love the idea:

- Lauren: “With Active Giving, my workouts evolve from activity that is good for myself to activity that is good for the world. I’ve been given a renewed sense of purpose that fuels my workouts as a driving force for positive change.”
- Rene: “I’m an Active Giver, because running is my passion. It connects people no matter what gender, religion or origin, to run together. Let’s plant trees with our runs.”
- Ricarda: “Doing yourself a favor by moving your body AND planting trees at the same time. Everybody should participate. It’s so easy to do good. What else are we waiting for?”

#beactivedogood #activegiver


Updated on
Apr 21, 2022

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What's new

removed some activity types