1700 Ridgely Street, Baltimore, MD 21230

410-385-1700

Wreckers Ball!

What a Party! Stay Tuned for Information about Our Next Wrecking Good Time!!

HELP US BUILD WHAT IS AND WHAT CAN BE….

Order Your Tickets Here!

Second Chance has done a remarkable job funding its own programs over the past 15 years. We are proud to be a “social enterprise” in that sense. However, as we seek to expand operations and involve more individuals in workforce development, we have begun fundraising. “The Wreckers Ball” is one such event, and we hope you can join us!

The Wrecker’s Ball will be held at our store on October 14. Join us for live music, dancing, games, a live auction, and a raffle. Food will be provided by Mission BBQ and an open bar will serve beer, wine, and signature cocktails (like the classic Screwdriver or the lesser known Rusty Nail). You’ll swing and sway to tunes you love from the talented and energetic Bachelor Boys! The attire is “construction chic” – essentially anything related to construction or its trades. There’s plenty of free parking here. We’re working hard to deliver a party to remember!

Sign up to volunteer for a 3-hour shift and enjoy a FREE ticket!

For info on sponsoring the event, which includes comp tickets, please email deb@secondchanceinc.org. You’ll find the sponsor packages here.

Your support is GREATLY appreciated, and you’ll hear directly from the people you help at this inspirational event!

Please visit our event page for even more information about this party with a purpose!


Thank you so much to our sponsors!

   

Miles Electric, Jamie & Chas Seymour, Amy & Luis Dibos and Paul & Cathy Lobo!



Get ready to enjoy these vendors!


There’s a full compliment of drinks included with your ticket on Saturday night!


Nearly 1,000 custom-labeled water bottles from the generous Blind Industries and Services of Maryland!!


This 1983 Mercedes is one of many items that will be featured in our live auction!



 

 

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