1.  In The Raiser's Edge, click Config, International.
  2. Select the foreign country that needs to be configured and click Open, or click Create New if no record exists for the country.
  3. Enter the correct country name in the Name field.
  4. Select the same country in the ISO Name field.
  5. Find the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the country and enter the code in the Abbreviation field.
  6. Enter the country's currency information in to the fields in the middle of the record.  If you are unsure of the correct format, enter or select the following values:
    • Currency: Dollars
    • Exchange rate: 1.0000000000
    • Symbol: $
    • 1000 separator: Leave blank.
    • Decimal separator: .
    • Decimal digits: 2
    • Leading zero: 0.9
  7. Find the correct mailing address format and select the corresponding address fields from the Available fields box. Here is a link to Blackbaud's recommended formatting. The correct fields must be selected and also placed on the correct lines in the Address block section.  For example, here is a sample Canadian address:

    JOHN JONES
    MARKETING DEPARTMENT
    10-123 1/2 MAIN STREET NW
    MONTREAL QZ    H3Z 2Y7
    CANADA

    The format for this address is:

    Address Lines
    City Province Postal Code
    Country
To Configure additional Countries in Blackbaud Netcommunity follow the below steps after setting the Countries up in the Raiser's Edge.
  1. Log in to Blackbaud Netcommunity
  2. Click on Administration > Sites and settings 
  3. You should be taken to: General Settings, if not, click the General tab 
  4. Scroll down to locate the "Countries" section
  5. Ensure the box is checked for all Countries you wish to accept credit cards from for your Blackbaud Netcommunity forms 
  6. Scroll back up to the top of the page and click the "Save" button just above the General tab.

In addition to configuring the address blocks, you may consider changing the Address Verification System (AVS) Settings to Light or None. 
How to edit AVS or CSC settings in NetCommunity

New Zealand address block is stuck on NetCommunity forms