Charity Miles: Walking & Runni

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About this app

Move With Purpose. Earn Money For Charity.
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

Join the Charity Miles community where you can earn money for charity when you walk, run or bike. So far our members have earned over $2.5 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. Even if you’re already using a Fitbit or other activity tracker, you can still use Charity Miles to do more with your steps and earn money for charity.

Moving with purpose will inspire you to move more - to go the extra mile. It 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.
3. Get moving and start raising money for your charity!

Great Charities
• 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
• (RED)
• The Partnership For A Healthier America
• Girl Up
• Back On My Feet
• DoSomething.Org
• Pencils of Promise
• Team For Kids
• Soles4Souls
• Special Olympics
• She's The First
• Vision Spring
• Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America
• Achilles International
• The Ironman Foundation
• Shot@Life
• Nothing But Nets
• World Wildlife Fund

• Facebook:
• Instagram: @Charitymiles
• Twitter: @CharityMiles
• Support:
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Updated on
Feb 16, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Health and fitness and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

7.54K reviews
Michael Addante
June 17, 2021
When I first started using the app about 4 years ago it was great, as it tracked all rides and runs without issue. Over the last 6+ months it's been getting increasingly worse. It's to the point that 75% of the time it registers none of the workout. The other 25% of the time it will only track 1/2 of the workout. I've uninstalled/reinstalled the app, messed around with the location permissions, and I even got a new phone and tried again, still no improvement. I'm done with this app. Do better.
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Sandi Rhodes
March 18, 2021
Removed a star because apps should improve over time, not fall apart. Great concept, but there are aggravating issues that weren't there years ago. Pledging is a pita, I won't try that again; miles track inaccurately by a lot; and if it glitches while trying to share, (which is what sponsors want us to do), you're out of luck.. One try, and if it doesn't work, too bad. I used to be able to click on the walk in my history and still share. Now I have several long walks I was not able to share.
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A Google user
September 13, 2019
Not accurate. It doesn't do anything (on my phone anyway) to detect motion. It's just timed. So, if you tell it you're going for a walk but just sit there, it racks up mileage you didn't walk. Worse, even if you are walking or running, it adds mileage much too fast, as if you're an Olympic sprinter. With motion detection, as in Google Fit and other apps, this would probably be very useful, but it isn't a good app yet.
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What's new

Bug fixes.