Original Cole Field House Flooring from UMD arrives!
WHAT?!? Guess who got the original end-floors from the University of Maryland College Park Cole Field House? WE DID!! Come check it out now on one of our huge walls. From 1955-2015, the iconic red & white “Maryland” floor has upheld millions of feet — athletes, performers, fans, students, politicians, […]
CBS’s WJZ-13: “Second Chance, Inc. Provides Just That For Home Wares… And People”
October 11, 2017 | From BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Everything and everyone deserves a second chance. That’s the philosophy behind a local non-profit. Re-train, reclaim and renew. That’s the philosophy at Second Chance, Inc. The warehouse on Ridgely Street, and is 250,000 feet of stuff — furniture, lamps, sconces, book cases, […]
SC Deconstructs a Marble Mansion in Avalon, NJ
Dismantling a multi-million dollar marble mansion?? Sure, WE GOT THIS!! The deconstruction of this massive marble homestead has been a great showcase of the strategic planning and tactical skills we’ve honed through 15+ years of “unbuilding” structures. And, yes, we’ll have LOTS of very nice marble for sale in the […]
Meet Our New Mural with a Message! (Narrative & Video)
MEET OUR NEW MURAL WITH A MESSAGE by Pete Theodore, Communications Manager If you drove down Bush Street by Second Chance a few weeks ago, all you would’ve seen were barren bricks, varying shades of fading paint, and the sporadic graffiti tag. Now, an inspiring message of hope welcomes those […]
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 […]
Second Chance Voice of America broadcast
Click here to listen to this nice radio segment on Second Chance that the Voice of America broadcast around the world in August of 2012. Click here to read the web article and watch the accompanying video they produced for television. (Length: 4:15)