We believe that human trafficking is first and foremost a spiritual battle and that the Church should be engaged in anti-trafficking work. We love God and people. We believe that all people are valuable and deserve justice. Reset180’s board of directors, staff, and volunteers agree to our statement of faith. As Christians from a variety of denominations we are motivated by the Bible’s call to “rescue the oppressed, defend the orphan, and plead for the widow.” We created a culture of prayer that is woven throughout all the work that we do, and find strength and enjoyment from growing in our spiritual life together.
Reset180 staff members are available for media interviews by appointment only. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a media interview. We are generally unable to provide interviews for student research projects about our work and the issue of human trafficking.
Reset180 receives most of our funding from individual donors and churches.
Reset180 is a 501(c)(3) organization and your gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Please consult a tax advisor for specific deductibility rules.
Please contact your bank to update the gift amount.
Possibly. Many corporations will match donations. You will need to contact the corporation you work for to ask if they provide corporate matching and how to set it up.
Not at this time.
The Abolitionist program is for Reset180 supporters. These are individuals who have agreed to be defenders of freedom and give a financial gift of $30 or more each month. While amounts under $30 would not be considered abolitionists, we are still deeply thankful for your support at any level.