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Kilter’s mission is to be the world’s most inclusive supporter engagement platform, enabling people to turn their everyday health and wellness activities into opportunities to support their favorite charities.
Seth Braddock, Founder and CEO, started Kilter in 2016 with an initial mission to build a tool to motivate people to lead healthy and active lifestyles. In the beginning, Kilter was simply a rewards platform for gym-goers and there was no tie-in to charitable giving. Braddock said he started the company initially because was just looking for a solution to his own problem, which was keeping himself active while working in a busy corporate job that required constant travel.
Over the past four years, however, Kilter has evolved into the tool it is today as Mr. Braddock and his team have closely watched the evolution of today’s population, which they believe is driven by a health revolution and by people who care about giving back, yet want easier tools to do so in ways that seamlessly integrate into their daily lives and routines.
Join the 2021 My Charity Challenge for a chance to win multiple donations for your charity of choice. Engage employees in health and wellness activities, compete against other companies, and do good for the community.
During this FREE event, your employees will earn points for your company by completing daily health and wellness activities. Whether they run, walk, bike, do yoga, volunteer, roll, or do any other healthy activities that makes them feel good, they will be able to participate and contribute to the greater good (it’s even available for those employees with physical disabilities)! The team with the most points at the end of the month wins! And, your employees will be able to compete for prizes and donate/raise additional funds for your charity along the way.
TEAM PRIZES – company teams with the highest wellness scores at the end of the month will win the following donation prizes to charities of choice.