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Donations - Items Accepted and Not-Accepted

For Home Pick Up please call 602-265-6805 or click HERE

Temporary Alert:  VNSA requests your assistance as we prepare for the 2017 Book Sale.  In order to prepare, VNSA members will not be scheduling any home pick-ups between January 19 and February 14, 2017.  If you have an emergency pick-up, please identify your need as such.  If you are able to help our member volunteers by waiting until February 14, 2017 for the pick-up, it will be greatly appreciated in supporting our efforts.  Hope to see you at the Book Sale!

  • All the books at the VNSA Used Book Sale have been donated by the public. Books and related items are donated by individuals, businesses, schools, libraries and other interested groups. Books are screened as they are received so that water damaged, excessively soiled, or torn books are not kept for the sale.  Whenever possible, VNSA donates books unsuitable for sale to other nonprofit organizations who may have a use for them.  VNSA is very grateful for the support of the community.  Receipts for donations are available and are provided to the donor at the time of pick-up.  If you have made a donation directly or to a VNSA donation box, or if the VNSA volunteer did not provide you with a Receipt at the time of donation, Click HERE to request a Receipt, providing the details of your donation.

    Types of Items Accepted: paperback books, hardback books, DVDs, CDs, collectible VHS tapes (new tapes, series, or Disney VHS), audio books, maps, jigsaw puzzles, encyclopedias printed in the last 15 years and those printed before 1950, and limited magazines.  See the list below for Magazines that are accepted for donation.  

  • Items not Accepted: Since donated books will be sold to others for use in their homes and schools, only new or gently used items AND older rare and unusual items can be accepted. VNSA does not accept damaged books, Readers Digest Condensed books, serial romance books such as Harlequin, library discards, cassette tapes (other than books on tape), or general magazines (including National Geographic).   


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