Answered By: Margaret Dunlap Last Updated: Nov 29, 2018 Views: 30
Richland Library is happy to accept donations of used books, CDs or DVDs. These donations are passed along to the Richland Library Friends and Foundation for the library book sales.
If you have up to four boxes of materials (not too heavy for an average person to lift), you can drop them off at any location during normal business hours. If you have more than four boxes of materials, you’ll need to bring them to the loading dock area of the Main Library, located behind the library on Park Street. Library staff members will accept your donations and give you a receipt for the number of items donated. These donations are tax-deductible, please make sure you assess the value of your materials for tax purposes (if appropriate) prior to dropping off your donation. Also, make sure that your books are in boxes or bags that will not need to be returned to you, as staff will not be able to repack your donations into other boxes or containers. Call the library where you plan to deposit the donation and someone can direct you to the best place to drive up.