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Make It Happen: Accept bank account payments via Stripe

6 months 1 week ago
Make It Happen: Accept bank account payments via Stripe LisaJervis Tue, 03/10/2020 - 13:35 Calling all users of the Stripe Payment Processor! Do you use the Stripe Payment Processor? Do you want to offer your donors the option to give directly from their bank account? Please join 9to5 and MJW Consulting to make it happen! What will this new development do? Additions to the Stripe Payment Processor extension will add the capability to process ACH transfers from your Civi donation pages using Stripe. This will allow donors to choose a new payment method--their bank account--in addition to existing credit card options. (ACH stands for Automated Clearing House, and an ACH transfer is a type of electronic funds transfer (EFT). ACH processing is available to U.S.-based Stripe customers.) How much will this cost? The cost of development is $2500. 9to5 has seeded the MIH with a $500 contribution.   We are confident that there are many organizations in the Civi community who want to offer their community the option to donate from a bank account. Are you one of them? Contribute today to our Make It Happen campaign! CiviContribute Extensions Make it happen
LisaJervis

CiviCRM 5.23 Release

6 months 2 weeks ago

CiviCRM version 5.23.0 is now out and ready to download.

This is a regular monthly release.

Upgrade now for the most stable CiviCRM experience:

dev-team

How I encouraged my clients to attend CiviCamp Birmingham

7 months ago

I've been providing CiviCRM services to clients for nearly 10 years but they've never come to an event. So I CiviMail'ed them the following to explain why I thought they should come. One client thought the way I'd explained things was "so useful it should be on the web", so I'm posting it here.

artfulrobot

How I encouraged my clients to attend CiviCamp Birmingham

7 months ago

I've been providing CiviCRM services to clients for nearly 10 years but they've never come to an event. So I CiviMail'ed them the following to explain why I thought they should come. One client thought the way I'd explained things was "so useful it should be on the web", so I'm posting it here

 

Dear {contact.first_name},

There's a CiviCRM training/mini-conference event in Birmingham on 3 March - please consider coming to it. Please invite other colleague(s) as appropriate.

artfulrobot

Nominations are open!

7 months ago

In late 2018, the Establishment Team was set-up to help identify the role and processes for a newly-elected team to represent the CiviCRM community. The outcomes were reported in mid-2019 but implementation was paused in the lead-up to the Community Summit in October.

RoseLanigan

Election time!

7 months 1 week ago

We are about to start the election process for the Community Council of CiviCRM and we would like to invite you to register as a voter or nominate yourself as a candidate.

The Community Council of CiviCRM has been tasked at the Barcelona Civi Summit:

ErikHommel

Finding CiviCRM Menu Items Has Never Been Easier With This Extension

7 months 3 weeks ago

It’s easy for CiviCRM users to get confused about where to find settings in the CiviCRM menu because the links may be nested within other menu items. This can lead them to look at multiple menu items to find the appropriate setting which can be frustrating to new users not familiar with the system. Enter the Quick Search CiviCRM Menu extension. Once the quick search extension is installed, menu items can be found much quicker. CiviCRM permissions are also considered.

bdaniels
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