Donation Chest

This project is experimental.

This project is only experimental and may change drastically between now and when it comes out of experimental status. It may even be disapproved once that happens, worst-case.

Be forewarned before downloading anything from this project.

Donation Chest


Donation Chest is à bukkit plugin that allows players to donate items to a player or build project.

As an example: you are a player which collects items for a build project.
But the builders are not always online, just like you.
Then you need to wait until one of the builders come's online so he can receive the items.
And you cannot drop the items off at the building site because it is very far away.
And the chests are protected.

That is when you need Donation Chest. It is just a regular chest, where you put stuff in.
But when the chest closed, the items are sorted, send and stored away.
So the items cannot be intercepted, and the player on the other side can go to work.
And this plugin will be compatible with LWC, so the StoreChest can be protected immediately.
So it will be a safe, quick and very practical plugin for servers.
specially for server that want to build massive building in survival mode

We also like to hear any idea's, remarks or recommendations


Creative Commons License
Donation-Chest by DutchMasterServer is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported Netherlands License.
Based on a work at

Source Code / Infomatie

Github: GitHub Donation Chest
Jenkins: DutchMasterServer Jenkins
Website: DutchMasterServer Website

Minecraft Server:

FirstSpawn | Donation Chest

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  • Avatar of othnielx othnielx May 11, 2013 at 08:29 UTC - 0 likes

    Very good idea, i think it will be very good plugin. :)

  • Avatar of EpicBlargh EpicBlargh Apr 24, 2012 at 22:46 UTC - 0 likes

    Awesome. This is a smart idea. I'm excited to use it. Keep at it!



Date created
Apr 23, 2012
Last update
Apr 23, 2012
Development stage
  • enUS
Creative Commons (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0)