Your commitment

can transform

someone’s life.

Partner with us to provide consistent monthly support for one of our recovery residents.

Set Up a Recurring Donation Today!

Resident Sponsorship Program

Monthly recurring donations are a tremendous blessing to our ministry, as they allow us to budget with accuracy and plan for the future with confidence. Consistent giving provides a stable monthly income to help cover basic expenses like transportation and utilities. Your partnership ensures that our residents are well-equipped with the resources and support they need to thrive.

$25 Per Month

Provides transportation for one resident

$50 Per Month

Covers utility costs for one resident

$100 Per Month

Provides household & program supplies for one resident

$250 Per Month

Provides staff support for one resident

Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.

Galatians 6:2

Are my donations tax deductible?

Yes! Place of Grace is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization, and all donations are tax deductible.

How does my gift change lives?

Your financial gift supports long-term recovery services in our therapeutic home, helping men and women break the cycle of destructive behavior related to addiction, abuse and poverty. Learn more about our program »

Can I give by check?

Absolutely! Please make checks payable to Place of Grace and mail to PO Box 5172, Huntington, IN 46750.

Can I give non-monetary resources?

Yes. Non-monetary or “in-kind” gifts are welcome and very much appreciated. These types of donations help us spread our budget further.

Who do I contact about making Place of Grace a part of my estate plan?

If you would like to create a lasting legacy at Place of Grace that will change lives for years to come, please contact our Executive Director, Brittany Renkenberger at (260) 358-7529 or

About the Men & Women We Help

Self-reported information (as of July 2020) from residents at intake tells us:

  • 75% started using drugs or alcohol prior to turning 18
  • 75% have at least one parent with a substance use disorder or criminal history
  • 68% have been diagnosed with a mental disorder prior to joining the program
  • 51% experienced sexual abuse
  • 36% experienced child abuse/neglect
About Our Work

As a result of their time in our residential program, our graduates self-report:

  • 96% saw an increase in knowledge of community resources
  • 84% saw an increase in self-esteem
  • 76% saw a strengthening in their walk with God
  • 76% saw an improvement in their mental state of health