In addition to embedding a donation form inside your webpage, we offer two embeddable donate buttons for websites: a donate now button linked to your secure donation page and a donate button for a popup modal form. With the secure donation page, you don’t need to install any additional SSL on your website. If you want to use a popup modal form, make sure that your website is SSL secured.
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To all of our amazing users – we have a fun and exciting new feature to share with you. You can now customize the color of your Donorbox donation forms! That’s right, your donation form can finally match your brand or any color that you fancy. Here’s how:
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Here’s a quick and easy tutorial to teach you how to install a Donorbox donation form onto your concrete5 website.
Continue reading How to Add a Recurring Donation Form in Concrete5
For those of you with a Drupal 7 website, here’s a quick guide explaining how to install a Donorbox donation form onto your website. We hope it helps you out!
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Our donation forms just got even more exciting! Instead of redirecting your donors to a separate donation page, you can now make it so that your form pops up on the same screen when someone presses your donate button. Try it out here:
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For all you Joomla users out there, here is a quick guide on how to embed your Donorbox donation forms into your Joomla sites:
1. Because we are using an embed code instead of a preset donation module, you will need to make sure your Joomla website allows iframe codes before you copy and paste your donation form embed code, as they are prohibited by default. On your Joomla administrator page, start by clicking on the “Extensions” tab, then the “Plugins” button.
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We are happy to announce that we have added a new feature to our donation platform! Now, organizations can ask their donors to cover the processing fees for their donations. This covers the 2.9% + 30c credit card processing fee from Stripe or Paypal (this fee can be reduced for registered nonprofits), as well as the 0.89% platform fee . As a reminder, organizations only have to pay the platform fee once they reach $1k in donations for a month. However, for simplification purposes, this option will include the 0.89% no matter the amount raised.
Processing fees can quickly add up for nonprofits, and no one wants to pay to receive donations (that’s why you chose to use Donorbox, the cheapest donation platform out there, in the first place). However, as you can see below, your donor would only have to pay an extra $4.09 for a donation of $100. This option thus only slightly increases their donation amount, all the while doing you a huge favor.
Of course, this is optional for both you and your donors: you do not have to include this option on your form, and if your donors would rather not pay these fees, they don’t have to.
To install recurring donation forms on your WordPress site, there is no better solution than Donorbox. Donorbox is a powerful donation platform that support variety of payment methods (cards, ach, PayPal) had has a custom form builder for all your data collection needs.
By embedding Donorbox’s optimized donation forms directly onto your site, you will greatly increase your odds of getting donations. This manual was created to guide you through the simple embedding process. Continue reading Accept Recurring Donations on WordPress with Donorbox
Squarespace is a popular site builder known for its beautiful design templates. It is a great choice for nonprofits looking to build a great looking site that is simple and easy to manage. The Squarespace donations module only support one-time donation and has limited data collection capabilities. However, every nonprofit needs a robust donation platform that supports recurring donations as well as custom data collection. For that Donorbox is the perfect solution.
Donorbox’s embeddable donation forms supports donor controlled recurring donations, variety of payment methods (card, ach, paypal), and has a powerful custom form builder. Unlike PayPal, you can insert the form inside of your Squarespace page so your donor won’t have to leave your site. Follow the step-by-step instructions below to find out how you can accept recurring donations on your Squarespace website using Donorbox.
If you prefer, you can watch our integration video guide instead — it will walk you through the donation form integration process in just under 2 minutes!
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We recently partnered up with Weebly, a premiere website builder, to make it easier for you to embed your campaign donation forms onto your website or blog. By embedding these forms directly onto your site, you will greatly increase your odds of getting donations. Continue reading How to Embed Recurring Donation Forms on Weebly