Our non-profit has increased membership by over 30% this year, and our annual meeting event has over 100 signups. This has all been driven by CiviCRM, installed in January for the first time. I think I can get the board to approve a one-time donation to CiviCRM, with perhaps more to follow. I can't find a link on the CiviCRM project site to make a one time donation. Please advise.
By making a donation we are growing Civicrm. I am happy to help you. You can find the link for donation by clicking support us from civicrm home page https://civicrm.org/ website
In this page you can find a link for contribution saying monthly contribution to support our work.
If you want to contribute just for once then don’t select the option (I want to contribute this amount every month) in the payment form
Or you can use the following link https://civicrm.org/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=47
Or use the below link too
Your organization can sign up as CiviCRM Members. This is more than just a donation, as it also gives members-only benefits to help your organization use CiviCRM more effectively, such as discounts on CiviCons, staff trainings, video tutorials, and a growing collection of plugin services such as CiviMonitor.
Don't think we are interested in membership, but I finally found the monthly contribution link in the text of the support us page. Jun 8, 2015 at 18:50
Looks like CiviCRM is a 'pay for bug fix' model now. So any 'donations' will go to paying for bug fixes. Apr 6, 2016 at 1:13
I'm not sure what you mean. 100% of donations to CiviCRM go into the project. This has always been the case. This funding is used for all project needs - development, infrastructure & hosting, security, project management, and yes bug fixes.– ColemanApr 6, 2016 at 12:03
What I mean is that donations, at least in our case, should be targeted to specific bugs. Doesn't the Jira funding thingy allow for this? Apr 7, 2016 at 16:23
I see. Yes you can fund specific issues via civicrm.org/paid-issue-queue– ColemanApr 8, 2016 at 19:45