BOISE, Idaho — A charity yard sale featuring HGTV's 'Boise Boys' saw over a thousand people come to the event and help raise over $10,000 to help people find affordable housing.
Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson hosted the yard sale on Sunday at their Timber and Love Warehouse, located just west of downtown Boise.
Caldwell and Robertson were selling construction equipment, supplies, and other items used on their show to raise money for LEAP Housing Solutions. The yard sale also helps them make more room for stuff they'll use in the next season of the 'Boise Boys.'
"We have to make room because at the end of the season, we've got all sorts of things left over," Robertson said. "Luke's got a lot of things that he's staged with that we're not going to use again because he's adamantly opposed to ever using a piece again."
LEAP Housing Solutions is a Boise-based nonprofit that helps people in need of affordable housing through a variety of projects, including Windy Court, a development featuring homes made out of shipping containers.
"We love LEAP Charities. they're doing an amazing job," Caldwell said. "They're here with us today. they've been raising thousands and thousands of dollars today, so we're really excited about being able to give back to the community and help them help others find homes."
This was the second year for the charity yard sale.