If you were wondering whether Second Chance could ever become a meme in addition to an awesome social enterprise, the answer is provided today.
Second Chance is known as Baltimore’s spot for vintage goods that also trains people from the community in deconstruction. Upworthy’s Maz Ali highlights the company’s “triple bottom line” approach, which puts just as much emphasis on maximizing people’s livelihood and the environment as it does on profits.
In characteristic Upworthy fashion, Second Chance’s story is communicated with many Gifs, like the one below. And here we thought the storefront mural that’s visible every time we drive into town on 295 was the best visual.
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