June 26, 2015 – “Firm Provides “Second Chance” to Residents” in The Baltimore Times by Stacy M. Brown
It was 12 years ago when Mark Foster started Second Chance Inc. with about four individuals.
Today, the founder, president and CEO of the nonprofit couldn’t be more proud as about 150 individuals are working to take apart buildings that would otherwise be demolished and dumped in a landfill.
Second Chance Inc. specializes in salvaging windows, appliances and above all, the lives of individuals who have faced employment barriers from incarceration.
“Really, it’s a second chance for people as well as a second chance for materials,” Foster said. “To be able to work those two together is to do great things for a community.”
Second Chance offers reclaimed materials to the public at a discount, helping fund job training and workforce development programs.
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