Double Your Impact with
Arbella Insurance Foundation

Double your impact and deliver empowering clothing to even more people in need in our community with a financial contribution to Second Chances this spring!

We're always up for a challenge, so we were thrilled when the generous and community-minded folks at Arbella Insurance Foundation offered to match up to $10,000 in donations to Second Chances.

Your contribution changes lives!
Double your impact by donating today.

$25 provides a coat to keep someone warm and dry;
$50 provides a coordinated outfit and coat, including shoes and accessories, in the style and colors requested;
$75 provides appropriate, coordinated separates or suits for job interviews;
$100 provides 10 pieces of coordinated clothing, shoes, and accessories, in the styles and colors requested, for one person;
$250 provides a supply of essential clothing for emergency needs for a shelter or program to have on hand;
$500 provides clothing, shoes, and accessories for 5 people;
$1,000 provides clothing, shoes, and accessories for 10 people.

Donate by credit card

Two secure online options:

Donate by check

Send us a check and Donation Form (downloadable PDF) »

Mailing address:
Second Chances, Inc.
P.O. Box 441328
Somerville, Massachusetts 02144-1328

No processing fees.

If your gift is in honor of or in memory of someone special, please include the person's name, any special acknowledgement requests, and all contact information in the memo or notes field of PayPal and Network for Good donations or in the envelope with your check.


Second Chances, Inc. is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Financial contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. We raise 100% of our budget from the generous contributions of individuals, corporations, foundations, and other community organizations.

IRS 501(c)(3) EIN: 30-0307254; ruling date: March 23, 2005. View our annual IRS filings and other financial information through GuideStar »

2022 Impact Report

Learn more about our impact here (pdf) »