Beautiful Donation Forms Just Got Easier

August 24, 2016

Effective donation forms raise more money by being accessible, easy-to-use, and visually appealing, but more often than not, the design of fundraising forms is developed as an afterthought or not at all, just an extension of your homepage instead of as the distinct and important page that it is.

We get it. It’s easy to settle for a donation page when hey, at least it works, right? Still, it’s the #1 thing on your website that you want people to use, so let’s spruce things up a bit, shall we?

We used our experience in designing fully customized donation forms to create streamlined template options that cost less to implement.

Get Your New Donation Template Now

Let’s get started.

If you use Salsa or Luminate Online for your fundraising pages, you can submit one quick payment today and we’ll follow up to get your branding details and then deliver your customized template.

Step 1

First, decide whether you’d like a multi-step form or a one-page form:
Multi-Step | One-Page

Multi-step forms simplify the steps of the payment process and often lead to more fundraising conversions, but you may choose to go the more traditional one-page route, too!

Step 2

Then, submit payment through our PayPal form. At $500 for Salsa forms and $750 for Luminate Online, contrast this template service with our fully-customized design services. Custom development on these platforms can often cost upwards of $4,000, so this is a huge savings for you!

Step 3

We’ll then follow up to get access to your Salsa or Luminate interface and confirm your branding preferences.

Using the details that you provide, we’ll build and style your template and deliver it to you in less than two weeks!

Sign up today for your easy customized donation forms.

* Don’t use Salsa? We provide similar streamlined donation form design services for Engaging Networks, Blue State Digital, and other platforms. Just contact us if you’re interested!

By Lesley Molecke

Lesley has been working on the web since she was in high school and ran her own small web design shop before she could drive. She has extensive experience performing user testing and usability studies, rewriting and improving complex language to appeal to a wide variety of audiences, and helping organizations adopt the right technologies to achieve their goals. Her heart really belongs to nonprofits and small businesses, where she can see the tangible benefits of a healthy web presence: donations, connections, engagements, and sales.