We all know exercise is good for your body, mind, and soul, but it can also help others, thanks to a new charity campaign.
Fitbit announced the upcoming launch of its FitforGood campaign that will count user's steps toward donations to charitable organizations.
Starting Nov. 9 and running until Nov. 20, users can sync their Fitbit account to the service, where they have the option of selecting from among three different charities where their next two weeks of workouts will go toward, including: The American Diabetes Association, The American Heart Association, or the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Fitbit will donate $1 million among the three organization, so it's up to its users to decide how the contributions are spilt. The charity that gets the most step conversions will receive the grand prize of $500,000, with second-place charity getting $350,000 and the third-place charity receiving $150,000.
Users can sign up to participate in the campaign through the FitForGood website.
The campaign is a great way for users, who probably already track their steps daily with everyday wear, to get in the giving spirit ahead of the holidays.