Settings for the Donation history section of Donor Portal
In Donor Portal, the Donation history section displays past donations in a table view. The table include entries for both one-time and recurring donations made by a donor to your organization. The table view includes columns for the date a donation was made, the donation amount, and the payment method used. Each donation entry also includes tools for viewing more details about the donation and downloading its receipt.
In the Donation history section, statuses are shown for each donation. A donation can have one six possible statuses:
- Success: The donation was processed successfully
- Pending: The donation is in progress but has not yet settled
- Pending (Retrying): Specific to a recurring plan — the last installment for the recurring plan could not be charged. Fundraise Up will retry the charge based on retry behavior settings configured in the Dashboard.
- Failed: The donation could not be successfully charged.
- Refunded: The donation was refunded from within Fundraise Up by an account user with a role that allows them to manage donations.
- Disputed: The donor has disputed the donation (transaction) with their bank.When the status of a donation is set to Disputed, Stripe notifies you of the action your organization needs to take to resolve the situation.
The Donation amount column in the Donation history section includes the monetary value for each donation. Sometimes, an approximately equal to symbol (≈) is displayed next to a donation amount value. This typically occurs with noncash donations of crypto or stock, where a donation of property is made and the donation’s monetary value is estimated.
Download all receipts
In the Donation history section, there is an option to download all receipts. When this option is selected, a donor can choose any year in which they’ve donated and download a zipped file of individual donation receipts for that year. This functionality is useful for donors who itemize their tax deductions and require supporting documentation for their donations.