Donate To Reset Using PayPal One Time Donation or Recurring Donation

Donating to Reset just became a lot easier. That’s because now you can contribute to the cause using PayPal! Even if you don’t keep a PayPal balance, it’s easy to have it taken straight from your bank account. Check out this quick and easy guide to setting up a PayPal account.

Here is how you can contribute as a one-time payment, or as a monthly recurring donation.

One Time Payments

The easiest way to make a one time donation to Reset using PayPal is to click this link.

You can also get to the link from the homepage on our website by clicking on the “Contribute Now” button on the top right hand side of every page. It looks like this.

You’ll be taken to a page that looks like this and all you need to do is enter your donation amount. If you don’t have an account with PayPal, it’s easy to set one up.

Monthly Recurring Donations

If you’d prefer to make a monthly recurring donation to Reset, you can do that easily as well.

On our website, just go to the blogs page, or any blog entry, like this one. On the right hand side, you’ll see this button.

Select a monthly amount using the dropdown box. Right now, we have options for $10, $25, $50, and $100 per month.


Then, click “Subscribe” and you’ll be directed to this screen.

Be sure to fill in the field above with a description and you’re then prompted to Log In to your PayPal account. Then, you’ll be directed here.

Fill the description field in again, and then confirm your payment. To change this setting, refer to the default payment method in your “My preapproved payments” section on your PayPal account.

That’s it! Questions? Send us an email or leave a comment on this post.

Thank you, every contribution goes a long way towards helping Reset!



We Survived And We’re Stronger

A note from Women’s House Director Sheri Raleigh-Collins.

As the holiday season comes to a close the Reset women are getting back into their daily routine. The birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, while a glorious, wonderful time, brings into focus, the Christmas’ we lost to addiction. It is a sentimental time if your family is fractured, or perhaps they are still in addiction, whatever is your story….the holidays can be difficult.

There were tears, but there were also hugs, at just the right time! The beautiful part of our community is not just in their lovely faces!! It’s not that superficial! Our “Queendom” is an eclectic gathering of women ages 25 to 50+, that truly love and value one another! We speak life over each other every day.

We are reminded daily what the “earthly” version of the love of Jesus looks like in practice, it’s seen in the people that come alongside us: the beautiful couple that fills our pantry each month, the ladies group that provided gift cards to help us this season, the donors with the stunning beauty product baskets, our Bible study leaders and loyal participants, from cooks to coaches to music therapy provider to Reset staff and those that advocate for us and pray on our behalf, each playing an integral, imperative part in this wonderful journey.

We are stronger together!

Reset Featured On

Grant Dawson, founder of Reset, was recently featured on! Here are a few excerpts from the article.

There’s no magic reset button in life. There is, however, Reset Ministries.

Reset Ministries, based in Newport, is a Christ-centered, voluntary program for men and women in the Greater Cincinnati area that desire to radically change their lives, according to founder Grant Dawson.

“Our mission is to transform broken and lost individuals into servant leaders as they discover their true identity and purpose in Christ,” he said. “We believe that there are five key components that are essential to helping individuals break the destructive patterns in their lives that lead to addictions, lost opportunities and incarceration.”

According to Dawson, at Reset, inside-out change occurs as men and women are exposed to the fact that they are God’s creation and that He wants a deeper relationship with them. Weekly Recovery meetings and Bible studies allow the residents to lean on and learn from each other, as well as people from the Reset family who are further along in their spiritual walks.

“Without faith and knowing why they were created, the lure of drug addiction and past are there,” Dawson said. “Our program is based on 2 Corinthians 5:17, ‘Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.’ We’re here to let people know they are a new creation and they can reset their lives.”

Read the full article here.

Support Reset When You Shop At Kroger

Will you be cooking a Christmas meal this year?

Please be sure you’ve signed up for Kroger Community Rewards and select Reset as your charity of choice.

A BIG thank you to those who have already done it!! Reset gets about $1,500 a year from Kroger…just think if everyone reading this signed up…we could easily double the amount!