Hundreds of bargain hunters came out Saturday to the 14th annual Great Southside sale in Bethlehem.
At the end of each school year, Lehigh University students donate unwanted dorm room items.
Buyers could find anything from kitchen tables to shoes to brand new bed linens.
The Lehigh community service office uses the money for their three after-school homework clubs for Southside kids.
"We like to keep our prices extremely low so the families can benefit, but at the same time we take what we can get so we can put it back into the community," said Josh Leight, a graduate assistant at Lehigh University.
Lehigh's after-school programs help local kids get on the college track.
Saturday's sale drew over 900 people within the first ten minutes... exceeding last year's turn out by several hundred.