Donorbox is a great way to raise donations for charitable causes

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Over two-thirds of millennials stated in a recent survey that this “pay it forward” attitude is a required feature of the businesses they prefer to patronize.

One of the best ways to develop a positive public reputation for your nonprofit organization or charity is to “give back” to your community on a frequent basis. Over two-thirds of millennials stated in a recent survey that this “pay it forward” attitude is a required feature of the businesses and organisations, they prefer to patronize.

What this means is that you would do well to start accepting donations on your website. You can set up a Donorbox account in order to allow you to receive online donations for the charity or cause of your choice. Here are some of the ways that using Donorbox can make this an easy and cost-effective process.

Using Donorbox Allows for Recurring Donations

Most online fundraising programs will be limited to a choice of either single donation or monthly donations. Not everyone has the available funds to offer a donation on a monthly basis. As a result, a great many of the donations that you do receive will be simple one-offs with no follow-up.

Using Donorbox will give you a great deal more flexibility when it comes to recurring donations. Non-profit organizations that make use of this platform have the choice to accept donations on the following basis:

  • One time only
  • Weekly
  • Monthly
  • Quarterly
  • Annually

The Donorbox system is set up to give recurring a Donor Login that they can use to monitor their online donation accounts. This allows them to cancel, pause, or resume selected donations. Donorbox users will also be given the ability to change or update their credit card info, change the amount of their intended donation, and change the charge date of an upcoming donation that they have set up on an auto-pay basis.

Donorbox Gives Users Multiple Payment Options

Most Donorbox users will probably prefer to use Paypal as their primary option for instant online payment. However, you should note that Donorbox allows for a wide variety of other payment options. These include ACH bank payments, all major credit cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay, and others.

The highest regard will be paid for the safety and security of the info that donors put into the system. This will first be collected on the Donorbox form. Donors will then be taken to the payment processor they have chosen in order to complete their transaction.

Donorbox Allows Users to Cover Their Own Processing Fees

One of the best features associated with the new Donorbox system is the ability for companies that use the system to have donors cover their own processing fees. This cuts down on a great deal of expenditure on your own part, thus making it more efficient and cost effective to host Donorbox on your website.

Donorbox is set up to cover the 2.9% plus the $0.30 credit card processing fee from any donation that has originated from either PayPal or Stripe. In addition, you should note that this fee will often be reduced for non-profits who already possess a Donorbox account. It will come with a pre-arranged 1.5% Donorbox platform fee. This is your guarantee straight from Donorbox that all donations will be received in full.

Donorbox Offers a Full Range of Features to its Users

We have seen plenty of new donation software systems pop up on the market in recent years. However, we have yet to see a new system that offers quite as full a range of useful integrations and features as Donorbox.

From corporate gift matching, which allows the number of donations to be increased, to seamless integration with such systems as Salesforce, MailChimp, and Zapier, this range of integrations and features is always growing. For this reason, we highly recommend Donorbox as the most efficient and reliable online donation system that nonprofits and charities can use.

What do you think of accepting donations for charity through your organization? Do you already do this? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter, or Facebook. You can also comment on our MeWe page by joining the MeWe social network.

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