Want to build an integration to Donorfy?
Integration of your product to Donorfy can provide great value for your customers, increase customer satisfaction and optimise retention.
We provide full support for developers wishing to build an integration using the Donorfy API, and we list verified integrations in the Works with Donorfy part of our integrations page. Here are the steps:
Tell us what you want to build
Fill out the form below - we can get in touch to discuss it.
Design the functional scope of the integration
Mock up or describe what it’s going to do - we can help with that
Test the idea with some potential users of the integration
We will provide advice, eg which endpoints to use
Build the integration
You write and test the code
We will provide a sandbox Donorfy environment and support during the process (but we won’t write the integration for you)
We can review and assist with example API requests provided as a Postman collection to help you solve any problems
You write the Knowledge Base / Help article for your integration explaining how it works and what people need to set up to use it
Test the integration
Make sure it does what it should do
We will help you test
You will need to find at least one customer to use the integration in beta - we may be able to help with this
The customer(s) will provide feedback
We will review your code
Promotion and marketing
You will need a landing page on your website for the integration
We will list your integrations in the Works with Donorfy section of our integrations page - linked to your landing page
You will be able to use Donorfy brand assets under certain guidelines
We will provide opportunities to get in front of Donorfy clients
Tell us about it
The small print
Tech Support for end users
The integration is your product, so you will support end users. That means we may signpost users to you to address as and when they come to Donorfy for support.
If your integration causes significant problems in a customer’s Donorfy it may need rectification work that only we can do. If that’s the case we would need to make a charge to you, the developer, to cover the costs.