Our sponsors

We are honored to partner with our leadership sponsors, and with so many other individuals and community partners who make our work possible. We hope you'll consider renewing your sponsorship or becoming a new sponsor! Learn more »



Corderman & Company
TJX Companies



Cambridge Savings Bank



East Boston Savings Bank Foundation



Community Credit Union
Eastern Bank
Hillman Homes
Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation
The William & Karen Tell Foundation
Triumvirate Environmental
Tufts Neighborhood Service Fund and Tufts University
Webster Bank


Other generous sponsors

Bay State Federal Savings Charitable Foundation
Cambridge Trust
Gentle Giant Moving Company
Kiwanis Club of Somerville
Naveo Credit Union
Stanhope Framers
Heather Wells Inc.


Benevolent donation bin hosts

Town of Arlington
Avalon, North Point/Cambridge Crossing
City of Cambridge
Whole Foods Market, Arlington
Whole Foods Market, River Street

We are grateful to Architectural Openings (East Somerville), Delaney Uniform Services (Watertown), and Whole Foods Market (Prospect Street, Cambridge and Beacon Street, Somerville) for hosting donation bins in the past.

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Become a sponsor

Your company or organization's sponsorship of Second Chances demonstrates your commitment to people in need in our community and to clothing recycling and reuse. Learn more »

Other opportunities to support Second Chances

  • Host an outdoor clothing donation bin at one or more locations of your business or organization for at least one year
  • Hold one or more annual employee/customer/member clothing drives or yard sales to benefit Second Chances
  • Contribute any amount you can in support of Second Chances' ongoing programs and operations
  • Help us with marketing and publicity for our work, events and fundraising through your networks, social media, website, and other publications
  • Help our operations through in-kind contributions like office supplies or equipment, food for our public events, or small gifts of appreciation for our volunteers