Step-by-Step: Integrate Double the Donation's Matching Gift Search Plugin into GiveGab Enterprise (Previously Kimbia)
Note: You'll need the Embed Code from your Double the Donation account.
Step #1: Navigate to the "Form List" (A) of your campaign, then click on the name of the form (B).
Step #2: Navigate to the "Confirmation Messages" section of your form (C), then click on the "Edit" button (D) in the "On Screen Messages" block.
Step #3: Click on the "HTML" button (E) on the WYSIWYG editor.
Step #4: Enter your Double the Donation iframe code into the HTML editor. Click "Update," and then click "Save."
Step #5: Test your form by previewing it, entering a transaction, and typing in a company name on the confirmation screen. The matching gift search tool should begin auto-completing the name of the company, and then display the necessary forms, guidelines, and instructions that a donor working for that company needs to submit a matching gift request to their employer.
Access Your Double the Donation Embed Code
If you're not sure how to access the Double the Donation Embed Code, please follow the below steps:
- Log into your Double the Donation account by going to https://doublethedonation.com/members/.
- Choose the Embed Our Plugin Link.
- Copy the iFrame Embed Code.
GiveGab Enterprise - Double the Donation FAQs
Q: Where else can I embed Double the Donation's plugin, other than my GiveGab Enterprise confirmation screen?
A: We recommend you create a dedicated matching gift page on your website to place matching gift information in the path of every website visitor, not just those already on your donation form. On this page, you can explain what matching gift programs are and provide donors with a change to look up their employer’s program forms, guidelines, and instructions. Your dedicated matching gift page will become a useful resource to include in emails, newsletters, and direct messages.
To install Double the Donation’s matching gift search tool anywhere on your website, simply copy and paste the same Embed Code. Take a look at an example from the University of Pikeville: