The Life You Can Save

Wordpress/GiveWP developer-project based


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Project Details: Do you want to be part of a global fundraising effort this Giving Season?

We have an immediate opening for a volunteer with skills in Wordpress and GiveWP. We need a GiveWP custom form developed to support an upcoming fundraiser. The GiveWP form needs to support both US Credit Card giving and other types of donations. Specifics include:
  • Create and implement a new GiveWP form for Donors to enter DUD website credit card donations online and all other types of Donations which will be linked to the Campaign Goal option in GiveWP showing real time donation updates
  • Configure a changeable donation limit to the charity for the form
  • Allow for variable options in Country, Currency, and Payment Method based on the Charity selected
  • The form will follow the look and feel of the current Wordpress website. The flow of the UX is noted in the wireframes in this document. Details of the design within the form are up to the discretion of development within the constraints of the GiveWP form add-on.
  • Submission of the form will trigger a basic email automation
  • Allow non Credit Card donations to be placed in Pending Status in GiveWP until it is Approved by staff
  • Approved Donations only will be send to Salesforce
  • Modify GiveWP database to store and synch Net Amount coming from Stripe (not sure this is possible)
  • Update Total Raised as donations are completed in GiveWP for all types of donations(part of the GiveWP plugin)
  • Synch GiveWP Donors and Donation details (including Net Amount from Stripe) with Salesforce (using Zapier) Will consider separating this requirement based on skills

Note that many of these features are part of the GiveWP plugin, however it does need some customization. 

Start as soon as possible

Must be able to meet based on US PST hours

Time commitment: Part time

Applications due: 2022-09-30

  • Category Global Poverty
  • Created by Leslie Limpert
  • Submitted 08 Sep
  • Last updated 08 Sep