How To Set Up Your Pledge Page

Starting a pledge drive is the #1 thing you can do to earn a lot of money for your charity.

This quick video will show you how to get set up in less than 90 seconds.

You can also follow the step-by-step guide below.

>> If you've already set up your pledge page and want to learn how to share it, click here.

Step 1:

Click the “Get Pledges” button on the bottom right of your Home screen.

Or, go to Settings and tap on Pledge Drive.

Step 2:

By sliding the bars on the calculator, you can see how much you can raise. Even just a few pledges goes a long way.

Tap the Learn More button to find out about how it works and then tap “Sign Me Up”.

Step 3:

Enter your miles goal. We suggest picking something that you can achieve in 3 – 6 months so that you can build momentum towards your goal over time.

Then enter a date by which you hope to complete your goal. 

You can extend or modify the date later. But you can’t change your miles goal because this is what your friends will base their pledges on.

(For example, if you say you're going to do 250 miles, then your friends will know that a 20¢/mile pledge would be a $50 donation.)

Step 4:

Confirm your charity and then add a photo that will appear at the top of your pledge page.

Step 5:

Enter your best email address. This is where we’ll send important communications.

Then click “Done” and you're all set.

Step 6:

You can edit your pledge page by going to Settings > Pledge Drive and then tapping the pencil icon in the upper right corner of the screen.

To see your pledge page, click the “View Pledge Page” button.

Step 7:

Once your pledge drive is set up, it’s time to share it with your friends to get pledges.

Tap the arrow on the Get Pledges button to open your phone's sharing options.

Select the way you’d like to share.  The more you share, the more you’ll raise!

Step 8:

When you finish your workout, the link to your pledge page is automatically copied so you can easily paste it into your social post. Again, the more you share the more you’ll raise.