BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - A group of girls packed up their red wagon and walked through their Berkeley Heights' neighborhood selling food, drinks and crafts [they made themselves] and donated the proceeds to Home for Good Dog Rescue.
Amanda Linde, Lauren Ryan, Emily Schmidt, and Colleen Sheehan sold their items starting at $0.25 each -- offering "value pricing" of "Buy 3 for $0.75 and Get One Free."
While neighbors purchased items from their wagon, many wanted to support their efforts and made a donation to their cause.
The girls raised over $20 and decided to donate to Home for Good Dog Rescue for their love of dogs.
About Home for Good Dog Rescue:
Home for Good Dog Rescue (HFGDR) is a 100% foster-based, non-profit 501(c)(3) dog rescue established in 2010 in Summit, New Jersey with offices in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. We rescue dogs from high-kill shelters in South Carolina and Georgia, which are overflowing with unwanted dogs on the brink of being euthanized. We then transport the dogs to New Jersey where they are placed in loving foster homes while they await adoption into loving homes for good!