After you click 'Cancel Recurring Contribution' on Daffy, your recurring donation or contribution will be cancelled. This can be done by visiting the "Donations" or "Contributions" tab on the Daffy app or website. If you wish to edit the amount, frequency, or funding source of your recurring contribution, you will have to cancel your existing contribution and then create a new one.
Daffy makes it easy to set up a new recurring contribution. Simply tap or click on the “Add Funds” button on the app or web version of Daffy. Then select from the list of contribution methods and you will be prompted to select a recurring amount and frequency. Tap or click “Recurring contribution” and choose a frequency for your recurring contribution. Finally, continue the prompts to confirm the contribution amount, frequency, and funding source.
Automating recurring donations with Daffy is a win-win arrangement. For the donor, it eliminates the worry of forgetting to make the donation, and for the organization, it provides a reliable and repeatable source of funding. Plus, Daffy offers the flexibility to pick any start date for your recurring donation, allowing you to align your donation with a date that is significant to you.
Moreover, Daffy simplifies the tax filing process by automatically adding every tax-deductible contribution you make to your Daffy contributions report. This report is updated throughout the year and is easily accessible, saving you the stress of searching for charitable donation receipts.
Daffy is committed to making it easier for members to be more generous. By automating your contributions and donations, we can work together to close the generosity gap and better support organizations and people in need. Join the Daffy community and make giving a habit.
Please note that the information contained on this page is for educational purposes only and should not be considered tax advice. Any calculations are intended to be illustrative and do not reflect all of the potential complexities of individual tax returns. To assess your specific tax situation, please consult with a tax professional.