|Production Release||November 19, 2021|
This release includes several enhancements for Domestic Vetting as well as backend updates as we progress towards releasing our International Vetting Application and internationalization enhancements in 2022.
NPOconnect now supports translation for 20+ languages
Users can now select the language they wish to use when interacting with the NPOconnect platform! This is set on a per-user basis from My Account > Settings, as shown in the image below.
Refer to our Resource Center here for a full list of language translations now offered in NPOconnect.
New organization types added to Domestic Vetting Application
Two new organization types are now available for nonprofits to select in the Domestic Vetting Application. These include:
Stand Alone Church - This does not legally fall under a group exemption.
For more information about any documentation that may be required, refer to our resources here.
Domestic Vetting Applications will be automatically declined after 30 days if in ‘On Hold’ or ‘Draft’ status
Applications that have an On Hold or Draft status will be automatically canceled after 30 days. Multiple notifications will be sent to the applicant on file alerting them of this cancelation and prompting them to complete and submit the application.
Additionally, any individual or organization that originally submitted a Vetting Request on behalf of this nonprofit will be notified if the application is canceled so that any potential donors can be made aware.
If the application is canceled, the nonprofit will be required to complete a new application to become eligible to receive.
‘Employer Match - Cause Card’ type changed to ‘Cause Card’
Cause card transactions in Giving > All Transactions that were previously labeled as Employer Match - Cause Card has been updated to now read Cause Card only. The previous label caused confusion for some nonprofits as it implied a nonprofit’s eligibility for matching regardless of their status. This change is to help avoid any confusion surrounding this issue moving forward.