For some of our contributions, we have two different financial types, and that money needs to be treated differently. For instance, donors can make a donation and choose to add 3% to cover the processing fees. The donation is a "Donation" type, and the fee is a non-deductible "Processor Fees" type. The default Financial Type of the Contribution is "Donation". See image.
So, I can see the two different financial types within the Contribution, but when we are printing donor letters or running reports or searching for Contributions, we can only treat it as a "Donation" type (the default type of the Price Set).
We want to be able to print thank you letters with only the donation portion of the contribution ("Thank you for your $10 gift" in this case, not "$10.30"). And, we want to be able to run reports showing how much people have contributed through paying their own processing fees (or whatever the secondary type is).
- How is this information stored in the database?
- Is there (could there be) a token available to get only the "Donation" amount?
- Why doesn't the Processor Fee amount (which is configured as "Not Deductible") show up in the "non-deductible amount" field for the Contribution?
- Has anyone else come up with a solution or work-around for this issue?