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The Second Chance Annual Giving Society

Mike Cianciulli • Adopted Rocky, formerly known as Doody, in 2015. “He is certainly loved….And he is truly an amazing little guy! Thanks to all!”












The Home for Good Monthly Giving Club

Jane Doris •  “Thanks for our little Jack, formerly known as Ernest!”











Dakota & Lexi’s Family • “All dogs deserve a chance….They rescue us right back!”











Renee Gatz • Adopted Recker March 2016












The Knee Family • “We adopted Molly almost 7-years-ago, and she was your 200th dog! Just read how Home for Good rescued 30 dogs from Texas and feel so grateful to have a connection to your organization! Great work!”












Todd Matras & Alana Cooper •  “We adopted our dog, Carolina, formerly Precious, from Home for Good Dog Rescue!”













Enovi Molina-Chavez • “I want to…make it better for the dogs. I hope the money goes to buying food, supplies, vaccinations…etc. for the dogs. I adopted my dog, Stella, about 2 years ago, and love her every single day. I care for dogs’ safety and health and would like to play a part in making sure they get adopted to loving families! “













Roy Morance • “The management, staff, volunteers, and dogs are all awesome. I have been blessed to be given the opportunity to be a part of HFGDR, and I am so grateful for that.











Sabrina • “I have adopted a rescue from your organization and have seen the good work you do!”











The Sapper Family • “Thank you for what you do. You allowed us to adopt a puppy….Her name at HFG was Betsy Ross, but we know her as Maddie. And she’s such a sweetie!”












The Silbert Family • “I love the work you do, and my rescue Quinn is everything to me. I am so grateful.”













The Waterer Family • “Rescue is important to us for many reasons. We love animals of all kinds and believe they should be treated with love, kindness, gratitude for what they bring to our lives, and most importantly with respect and compassion. We became monthly donors because we knew…the entire Home for Good organization shared these values.”














The Wigley Family • “We adopted Steffie. Well, actually, she adopted us! She is such a loving, sweet girl. She has brought so much joy and laughter to our family. Thank you for all you do!”












The Regan Family • “We love our rescue Harley (FKA Eclipse) and happy to help such a wonderful organization!”



















Kathy • “Being a monthly donor is an easy method to help our pups!”












The Miarmi Family • “We rescued our dog, Cody (formerly Rhett) from HFGD Rescue!”












The Sheridan Family • “There are too many homeless dogs.”


















  • Caterina Frezza
  • Mary Kamien
  • Samuel Reed 
  • Carla & Bob Janov
  • Regina Cariddi 
  • Andrea Tobia
  • Maureen Halligan
  • Pat
  • Carmen & Alex Marucci
  • The Roopani Family
  • Memory of Harry Krystalla
  • Guglani Family
  • Ida Zazzali
  • Sonia Col
  • Debbie Capabianco
  • Kathy Aleksiuk
  • Chance’s Mommy
  • Anne Buckley
  • In Memory of our Beloved pet Gizmo Marucci 
  • Judi G. Lynch
  • The Charette Family
  • Sheri
  • Frank M Hawrusik
  • Howard Vaccarella
  • The Palmisano Family 
  • The Cheren Family
  • The Staronka Family
  • The Delaurentis Family
  • The Faulks Family
  • Susan Cherin
  • Lauren Volosin


Home for Good’s Board of Trustees

Kim Deskovick, Philanthropist

Dirk Vandersterre, MMU-FTC, LLC

Thomas Callahan, BlackRock

Jess Chang, Amlin Re Managers Inc.








Gale Mellusi, Summit Anesthesia Associates

John Wicklow, Wicklow & Laurano

Howard Shallcross, Morgan Stanley

Richard Errico, Home for Good
















Our New Jersey Team

Richard Errico

Co-founder & Treasurer, Home for Good Dog Rescue 

A native of Brooklyn, New York, Richard Errico attended Baruch College before working as a foreign exchange trader for Exco International. For fifteen years, he then worked on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange as a member of the Bank of America Specialist Unit. After retiring from Wall Street in 2010, Richard Errico helped found Home for Good Dog Rescue in 2011. Today, he lives in New Providence with his rescue dog, Houston.

Christopher Chech

Retail Store Manager

Chris joined Home for Good Dog Rescue’s team in 2016. He holds his Associate’s Degree from Union County College and his Bachelor’s from Kean University in Management. His prior working history includes a printing company in Clifton, New Jersey, where he served as Production Coordinator, and a health and medical care agency in Edison, New Jersey, where he worked as an Assistant Project Manager. Chris was excited to first explore his love for animal rescue with People for Animals in Hillside, New Jersey, where he served as veterinary technician in surgery and a member of the client services team. He is now the proud owner of five rescue cats and is thankful to know he is making a difference with Home for Good!


Daniel Zielski 


Daniel has proudly served as Home for Good’s on-staff bookkeeper since February 2016. In May 2017, he graduated from Rutgers University in Newark with his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. Dan is happy to work with an organization whose mission he so appreciates. His history includes both professional services ast Goldman Sachs and ownership and management of his own local landscaping company. Today, he and his family reside in Scotch Plains with his chihuahua, Kubusch.



Morgan Sosnowski 

Veterinary Technician 

Morgan first joined Home for Good Dog Rescue’s team as a member of its unprecedented dog fostering program, and to date, she and her family have opened their home to more than 300 rescue dogs. In 2015, she assumed management and cashier duties for Home for Good’s onsite retail store before becoming the organization’s on-site veterinary technician in 2016. In addition to doing stringent medical follow-ups on each and every dog that arrives in New Jersey from Home for Good’s fully-staffed facility in Aiken, SC, she is proud to serve as an accessible medical resource for the organization’s foster families and adopters alike in keeping with HFG’s commitment to wellness.


Caitlin Sweeney 


After working with Home for Good as both a foster and a volunteer, Caitlin was thrilled to join its professional team in 2016. In addition to maintaining the organization’s Berkeley Heights headquarters, Caitlin is a dog transporter who assists with driving Home for Good’s rescue animals from the organization’s rescue facility in Aiken, SC to New Jersey. She is a frequent face at both offsite and on-site adoption events and the proud owner of two Home for Good dogs, Gordon and Lollie.