Blogs

Ever since Ford shut down production on their flagship SUV, the Bronco, Bronco enthusiasts have been hoping that one day it would make a comeback.  Well, that wait was over last July when Ford debuted the brand new, reimagined Ford Bronco after a 25-year hiatus. 

car junkyard

Have you been looking at the car that you have sitting in the driveway thinking that you really need to do something with it? Often, when people have a car to get rid of, they immediately think of a junkyard because recycling your car may

Frederick County

Living in Frederick County without a car is challenging. Frederick has a public transportation system, but it’s not a perfect solution. All of the buses depart and arrive at the same time. This means if patrons are unable to make the set time slot, they’re

donate

Second Chances Garage is just one of an estimated 1.5 million non-profit organizations that accept donations in the United States. These organizations meet a lot of needs in the community such as feeding, healing, sheltering, educating, and nurturing people. These groups work together for the

giving back

Most people want to work for companies that give back to society in some manner, but millennials (who will make up 75% of the workplace by 2025) are the generation that that will say that this matters to them most, according to a survey conducted

gift

It’s cliché, but it’s better to teach a man to fish than to give him a fish. Teaching someone to fish can provide meals for a lifetime while giving a fish will only feed them for a night. Successful nonprofits strive to teach individuals how

nonprofits

Nonprofits are in business to do social good and help their communities. Unlike for-profit businesses, making money is not their goal. These organizations rely on grants, donations, and volunteers to continue running smoothly. For this reason, nonprofits need outside help. What’s the best way to

financial resources

At Second Chances Garage, we seek to make a difference in our community by offering second chances for individuals and families on their journey to independent living by providing assistance with personal transportation needs. That being said, we know that transportation is just one piece

recovery

September marks the 32nd annual National Recovery Month; a month dedicated to educating Americans about mental health and substance abuse disorders and to promote and support new recovery practices. Additionally, National Recovery Month is a way to celebrate and honor those who are in recovery