Funraise donation forms can use multiple currencies to transaction donations. This enable donors to select their local currency.

🤓  Be careful: This is advanced, nerds only!

/* If you use multi-currency, we strongly recommend
adding this line before <html> at the top of your
webpage so unicode currency symbols like £ show up:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> */
 
<script id="funraise-form-lib" src="https://d2n4tvy2wsd0oo.cloudfront.net/widget/common/1.3/funraise.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script id="funraise-form-1e78fec433" type="text/javascript">
    var f = new Funraise({
        id: '1e78fec4-8fd0-4a3e-b82b-866c29012531:33',
        isPopup: true,
        multicurrency: {
          USD: {
            symbol:"$",
            p1: 11,  /* For each currency, you can specify p1 to p4 which changes the preset buttons for each particular currency */
            p2: 21,
            p3: 32,
            p4: 44
          },
          AUD: {
            symbol:"$",
            p1: 11,
            p2: 21,
            p3: 32,
            p4: 44
          },
          EUR: {
            symbol: "$",
            p1: 10,
            p2: 20,
            p3: 30,
            p4: 40
          },
          CAD: {
            symbol: "$",
            p1: 10,
            p2: 20,
            p3: 30,
            p4: 40
          },
          GBP: {
            symbol: '£', /* You can choose which symbol you want to show up for a particular currency */
            p1: 5,
            p2: 10,
            p3: 15,
            p4: 20,
          },
 
          MXN: {
            symbol: '$',
            p1: 5,
            p2: 10,
            p3: 15,
            p4: 20,
          },
          BRL: {
            symbol: 'R$', /* For example some people prefer to write BRL's symbol as $ others prefer R$ */
            p1: 5,
            p2: 10,
            p3: 15,
            p4: 20,
          }
        },
    });
    f.init();
</script>
<div id="fc-1e78fec433"></div>

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