CANFIELD, Ohio (WKBN) – It was another great year for the gigantic Angels for Animals garage sale.

The 28th Annual Gigantic Garage Sale kicked off Friday at the Canfield Fairgrounds and ran through Sunday.

There are seven buildings, each with different types of items inside from antiques to furniture, clothing and more.

Most of the items were donated, and all the proceeds will go toward helping the organization. Members say their goal this year was to raise $225,000 before expenses, and they expect to be close to that amount.

“This benefits the animal shelter. Saving animals is wonderful, but it’s really expensive. So this show should raise enough money to pay for one of our eight veterinarians for the year. So that is an awesome thing,” said Diane Less, co-founder of Angels for Animals.

“Seeing people’s faces, because they find something that reminds them of maybe their youth, maybe their mother, maybe their grandma or something they collect,” volunteer Mickey Weaver said.

The items range anywhere from as low as $1 to high-end furniture pieces for $2,500.