We know that keeping track of mileage is a problem for all types of businesses, including nonprofits. That’s why we’re excited to announce a MileIQ partnership with TechSoup to bring the leading mileage logging service to nonprofits of all sizes.

MileIQ has unofficially supported nonprofits for some time but this partnership formalizes our commitment and allows a wider range of causes to have access to the leading mileage logging service while receiving an incredible discount and world class support from TechSoup and MileIQ.

“As part of realizing Microsoft’s vision to enable people and businesses throughout the world to realize their full potential, we’re thrilled to be able to announce our nonprofit program in partnership with TechSoup,” said Chuck Dietrich, co-founder, MileIQ. “Nonprofits have enough challenges without worrying about the time consuming but valuable task of mileage logging. Now they can let MileIQ take care of their miles while they focus on changing the world.”

“We are excited to offer MileIQ to the nonprofits we serve,” said Karen Coppock, VP of Strategy and Impact, TechSoup. “MileIQ will make it easier for those on the road serving their communities to log their miles automatically and more quickly realize deductions or expense reimbursements for their business miles. Microsoft continues to be an incredible partner to nonprofits and we’re glad to see MileIQ added to their products and services they make available to those doing good.”

MileIQ is the easiest way to automatically log, classify and report all of your mileage. With an easy-to-use interface, automatic drive detection and robust reporting, MileIQ averages 4.5 stars in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. It has helped millions of users to claim more than $1 billion in mileage-based deductions and reimbursements.

TechSoup equips changemakers with transformative technology solutions and skills they need to improve lives globally and locally. The TechSoup Global Network has reached 690,000 organizations with the tools they need to improve lives and has delivered more than $5 billion in technology tools and philanthropic services.

Want MileIQ for your organization? You can get started by filling out your TechSoup application here.

Joshua Brost

Joshua Brost

Joshua Brost handles the content and communication at MileIQ. When he's not busy talking to reporters and bloggers, he can usually be found plotting how he's going to survive the zombie apocalypse, cooking something fancy or cursing at a new gadget that's not working the way he intended.
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