Author: Pete Theodore
“City’s Carver High Carpentry Students Learn on the Job at Second Chance”
May 5, 2017 – “City’s Carver High Carpentry Students Learn on the Job at Second Chance” in Baltimore Fishbowl by Laurel Peltier “Since 1925, Baltimore City’s Carver Vocational-Technical High School has offered students a college prep high school education with a pathway to one of nine vocational careers. Today, led by […]
SC acknowledged for Support of the “McKean Miracle”
Baltimore’s newest recreation space, called the “McKean Miracle,” brightens up a street once crowded with decaying homes in the same community hit hardest by rioting following the death of Freddie Gray. The park was designed and built by the community, under the direction of the Matthew Henson Community Development Corporation […]
SC Staff Interviewed on MyTV (WUTB)
March 27, 2017 – Television Interview on MyTV If you didn’t catch it live on WUTB, here’s your chance to watch Dana and Antonio interviewed about Second Chance on MyTV’s “BMORE Lifestyle” show! We’re grateful for every opportunity to share our nonprofit mission to retrain, reclaim and renew.
SC’s Salvage Emporium Furnishes “Rooms With a Few” in Baltimore Magazine
July 2016 – “Rooms with a Few: Todd Marks and Nikki McGowan clear space for their blended family of nine” by Martha Thomas in Baltimore magazine Here is a neat story about the sustainable transformation of living space in the city. We’re glad our “salvage emporium” was such a great […]
Second Chance Pays It Forward
Many of you know the big picture of what we’re all about – providing workforce development, material reuse, historical preservation and waste stream diversion by hiring and training folks who have experienced various barriers to employment. We primarily do so through our booming retail store, active donations process, and the […]
Featured in Wedding411!
Loving our feature in the 2017 Wedding 411 magazine! See us on pages 132-135 and the entire issue here. Also, checking out our Wedding board on Pinterest for lots of Reuse, Retro and Repurposing ideas for the special day! Save Save
Together, we’re making a real difference!
In this report, you’ll encounter highlights of the measurable impact Second Chance had on people, materials and the environment during the past year, along with glimpses of our vision for the future!
Grateful for Our 2016 Corporate Donors!
In some ways, it takes money to change the world. That’s why we are profoundly grateful to the 250+ individuals who supported Second Chance’s workforce development programs with financial donations during 2016, along with the generous support of the following outstanding organizations depicted in this brief video!
Deconstruct vs. Demolish in the Arlington Connection
January 3, 2017 – “Deconstruct vs. Demolish in Arlington: An Aging-in-Place Home” in The Arlington Connection by Enjoy learning about deconstruction and its benefits from the Allard’s experience with Second Chance’s deconstruction services. The article will also introduce you to Arlington, Virginia’s innovative “Green Home Choice Program.”