We’re happy to help turn your old couch into a new career! We accept everything but the kitchen sink…. nah, we actually take that, too!
Second Chance can give new life to old doors and windows, hardware and tools, ironwork and mantles, and gently used furniture. If you have building materials, kitchen appliances, bathroom fixtures, tubs, sinks, accessories, household goods, garden elements, collections, lighting or unique architectural items in good to excellent condition, please consider donating them to Second Chance. Working vehicles, items with historical value, and certain “oddities” are welcome, too.
We enjoy building ongoing donor relationships with various businesses and organizations, and we’re proud to have so many repeat donors who value the efficiency and excellence we’ve gained through two decades of experience. Not only do donors benefit from a tax deduction, but they contribute to the growth of an organization that is changing lives through job training, salvaging our regional architectural history, saving consumers money, and protecting the planet through resource conservation and waste stream diversion.
It’s a five-for-one deal that’s easy to feel good about!
While drop-off donations are welcome at “Bay 8” of our warehouse from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. every day we are open (currently Thursday - Sunday), pick-ups typically occur between 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. on weekdays.
The most efficient way to request a pick-up for items you wish to donate is to fill out the form below. You can always call 410-385-1700 or send an email if you prefer.
Please describe the condition of your items and attach pictures, since it’s important that we accept items we can sell to support our mission.
“Everything went very smoothly with my donation! The guys are so polite and pleasant and such amazing workers. I was impressed with their efficiency and strength. You have a fabulous team and I greatly appreciate them.”
— Dea Dea, donor
Items in good condition that we accept for donation include kitchens, cabinets, appliances, dishwashers, ovens, ranges, refrigerators, ice makers, garbage disposals, washing machines, dryers, fryers, freezers, microwaves, sinks, home decor, dishes, china, art, statuary, stone, brick, pavers, cars, boats, trucks, vans, vehicles, wood, lumber, building materials, architectural salvage, vintage goods, antiques, beds, dressers, couches, sofas, trunks, vanities, tables, chairs, armoires, credenzas, safes, hutches, display racks, TV stands, love seats, lamps, lighting, chandeliers, tools, toys, games, gym equipment, restaurant equipment, stoves, gas ranges, range hoods, camping gear, stairs, trim, medicine cabinets, collectibles and memorabilia, hardware, doors, windows, transoms, lawn and garden equipment, patio furniture, musical instruments, pianos, organs, pews, stained glass, columns, televisions, computer and IT equipment, phones, copiers, printers, radios, cameras, bath tubs, clocks, records, record players, CDs, books, book cases, type writers, stage props, signs, shingles, roofing, insulation, gutters, shutters, filing cabinets, desks, office furniture and supplies, rugs, carpets, flooring, ceiling fans, counters, ottomans, pool tables, benches, railings, handles, bikes, insulation, tiles, PVC, mantels, mirrors and more!
If we can’t accept something–like mattresses, used paint or clothes–rather than dump it, consider repurposing it into something fun, funky or functional! We’ve collected 1000’s of upcycling and reuse ideas on our Pinterest boards for your inspiration.