Whether you have an established website or are new to online payments, Heartland has a variety of solutions designed to maximize donations and secure transactions – from plugins that simplify development, to alternative payments that make donating easy. Plus, non-profits benefit from our best-in-class, US-based support*.
Accept your customers’ preferred payment type – no matter how they choose pay
Maximize donations by making it easy for donors to give online. In addition to credit and debit cards, we support alternative payments like PayPal, masterpass, apple pay and echeck. add a “donate now” button to your website or mobile app – so donating is a breeze no matter if someone is using their desktop or mobile device. we also support text donations through our payment plugin for pay.
Secure payments and minimize fraud
Non-profits can be a target for cyber criminals, since many lack the requisite resources to fight online fraud. Heartland Secure Submit supports single and multi-use tokenization – rendering the card data useless if stolen. Advanced Fraud Screening, velocity checks, and consumer authentication are also available to provide an additional layer of security to help prevent online fraud. learn more here.
Payment plugins for WordPress and Gravity Forms that make integration a breeze
Heartland has downloadable payment plugins to WordPress and Gravity Forms – two of the most popular online giving platforms for non-profits, which makes integrating with Heartland fast and easy. Learn more about our payment plugins and how to get started here.
Don’t have a web developer? Try our low-cost development services.
If you’re ready to accept online donations but don’t know where to start, Heartland can help. Our Integration Services team provides low-cost development resources that build and support high-quality websites and payment pages to help you grow your non-profit. You still benefit from features like security, low-cost payment acceptance and more, while they provide the technical expertise to help manage your website. Learn more here.
*Must be a registered 501-C non-profit organization.