Non Profit donation options

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    Asked on November 02, 2012 at 02:46 PM

    I am writing for my client...  She has non profit status and organization and wants to have a way to collect donations online.  She already has PayPal nonprofit status on file, etc. But I don't think PP can quite do what she would ideally like to do.

    I saw your FAQ on Stripe and that looks intriguing... I’m not a Developer, so be careful with geek speak on your reply.   J I do SOME code, html, wordpress, forms, databases, but nothing extensive.



    Ideally, they want folks to be able specify WHERE they want their donation to go (multiple funding options)… and HOW MUCH.  Here is a rough example:  

    Select the fund(s) you would like to support, and the amount:               


    r  General Fund   $_______

    r  Support one or more team members! (Select)    

    ¨ Cheri Mauldin $_______   ¨ Rachel Mauldin $_______ 

    ¨ Luke Mauldin $_______  ¨ Martita Romero(Nicaraguan Nurse) $_______

    r  Project Ultrasound  $_______

    r  STRANDS (survival training, disaster relief)  $_______

    r  Nicaraguan Natural Medicine Project  $_______

    r  Nicaraguan Medical Missions  $_______

    r  US Oxygen (raising up volunteers and leaders)  $_______


    TOTAL:  $_______


    I can build the FORM in Jotform, with conditional logic, if necessary… (but not sure how to get it to add up things if multiple donations)…and then integrate (a total $ to Stripe... or Paypal, if necessary)

    … Is there a way to do something like this?


    Any input appreciated.  Thanks so much.  (the site (and mission) is here:



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    Answered on November 02, 2012 at 03:37 PM

    Hi Christine

    Is the "Support one or more team members!" selection supposed to be factored into the calculation of the total?


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    Answered on November 03, 2012 at 11:36 AM

    Ha ha

    Christine, I inadvertently deleted my last reply. Anyway, while you would have received it okay, I thought it best to re-post it before I forget what I wrote. In a nutshell, here are the links to the demo and the script.