Simple, Secure Online Donation Form.
Yes, setting up a Donately account is free and can take less than 5 minutes.
Donately is integrated with Stripe & Authorize.net - you can use an existing account, or create a new one.
Yes. You will need to enable CIM if you are using Authorize.net to process for you.
There are no monthly fees from Donately, but there is a small (under 2% average) per transaction fee. You gateway will also charge a small transaction fee (around 3%) for processing credit cards. Authorize.net charges a $20/monthly fee for enabling CIM (needed for recurring transactions).
[dntly_formjs campaign="34" fundraiser="205"]
All available options
campaign- The campaign ID to donate to (this can be found on the Campaign edit page in wordpress) [default is no campaign]
fundraiser- The fundraiser ID to donate to (this can be found on the Fundraiser edit page in wordpress) [default is no fundraiser]
css_url- Define a CSS style sheet to customize the form styles (should be at a secure URL) [defaults to none]
iframe_height- Define the height of the form if embedding on a non-secure page [defaults to minimum size needed for the form fields]
iframe_width- Define the width of the form if embedding on a non-secure page [defaults to 100%]
amount- Define a default donation amount [defaults to 5]
ssl- Is this on a secure page? [defaults to no and will create a secure iFrame for the form to live in]
address- Show the address fields in the form [defaults to false]
phone- Show the phone field in the form [defaults to false]
anonymous- Show the anonymous option in the form [defaults to false]
comment- Show the comment field in the form [defaults to false]
onbehalf- Show the onbehalf field in the form [defaults to false]
embed_css- Embed the css instead of linking to it (helps fix SSL errors with custom CSS) [defaults to false]
tracking_codes- Add custom tracking codes to each donation for analytics, etc. [defaults to none]
dont_send_receipt_email- Dont send a receipt to the donor after the donation is made [defaults to false]