Author: Pete Theodore
U.S. Senator Ben Cardin Promotes Second Chance as a “National Model” on the Senate Floor
February 12, 2016 – “Second Chance, Inc.: A National Model” Released by the Office of Senator Benjamin Cardin It’s not every day that a U.S. Senator plugs your nonprofit work as a national model on the Senate floor in front of the President! We are grateful for Sen. Ben Cardin’s […]
Video & Article on Second Chance by Upworthy – Viewed by Well Over a Million People!
January 22, 2016 – “‘We can change.’ This nonprofit is giving them the second chance they needed and the skills to succeed for years to come.” by Jess Blank (video) and Eric March (article) of Upworthy. “The work at Second Chance — salvaging old houses — might be the perfect […]
Impact Report – How We Made a Lasting Difference in 2015!
Since opening our doors in 2003, Second Chance, Inc. has pursued our mission to retrain and employ individuals with multiple barriers to employment; reclaim reusable appliances, furniture, fixtures and materials that would otherwise burden our landfills; and renew them – people and things – to useful life. We believe in giving […]
Community Quarterback Award from the Baltimore Ravens
Thanks for all your efforts, Bill – and to the many other volunteers you represent! And thanks, Baltimore Ravens, for honoring him!
Living Classrooms 2015 “Outstanding Employer Partner”
November 2015 – “Outstanding Employer Partner” Award from Living Classrooms From the Plaque: “You are an integral part of our mission, allowing us to work better together and in turn driving us to success!”
BWIB Business Award 2015 Business Award for “Workforce Development Excellence”
September 2015 – BWIB Business Award for Workforce Development Excellence We’re humbled to receive the Baltimore Workforce Investment Board‘s 2015 Business Award for “Workforce Development Excellence.” We’ve been privileged to see over the years how a steady job and vocational skills can change a life, then a family and beyond, […]
Firm Provides “Second Chance” to Residents
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 […]