We are proud and very excited to announce that starting today, Team RWB members can “make their miles matter” no matter where you walk, run or bike.  How, you ask? Because we are now a featured non-profit organization partner on Charity Miles.

How does it work?  Go to the app store and search for “Charity Miles.”  Download the app, which is free.  Then every time you go out for a walk, run or bike ride, open the app and choose Team RWB.  Log your workout and Charity Miles will donate $0.25 for every mile you walk/run and $0.10 for every mile you bike!

And we are kicking off this partnership today with a little extra motivation.  Anna Judd, a civilian member of our Los Angeles chapter, is kicking off her run across America tomorrow!  She will be logging over 3,000 miles on Charity Miles in the next two months…..WOW! To be a part of her epic event, after you select Team RWB, choose ‘#runAmerica’ so that your miles add up to inspire Anna, too.

Whether you are an active member of a Team RWB chapter – or you are 1 of the 35,500 members of our Veteran Ambassador Program (VAP) – you can make a big impact on our mission through Charity Miles.  Simply download the app and make sure you log your miles when you run, walk or bike.


Team RWB

Hashtags: #EagleUp  #ItsOurTurn  and  #EveryMileMatters

  • March 21, 2014

    Debbie Dorber said:

    Go team RWB

  • March 21, 2014

    Laurie Hollander said:


  • March 21, 2014

    Sandhya said:

    I am ecstatic about this!

    Goooo team!

  • March 22, 2014

    Mary Kay said:

    I think I just found out why I should break down and get a smart phone! 🙂

  • March 26, 2014

    Gene said:

    this is great! finally a reason to get the app! #WearTheEagle

  • March 26, 2014

    Patricia Barron said:

    This is just the kind of motivation that will push people to “Go the Distance!”

  • March 26, 2014

    Rebecca said:

    Time to start logging my biking miles!

  • April 26, 2015

    Kathy Walker said:

    I do not use my phone when I run and ride but I do use a Garmin. Is there a way I can log my miles uploading from my Garmin?