If you are looking to donate materials we ask:  that all books are in good or like new condition; that all DVD's are not scratched and in a plastic case; that  for any other donations please ask. For any donations larger than one box please contact the Technical Services Librarian and ask before bringing into the library. Below are some examples of good and bad donations.

*All donations become property of the library. Any donated item added to the collection will become an integral part of the collection and the policy of use will follow regular library practice. Items not added to the collection may be sold, donated to other libraries or agencies, or recycled. For questions, contact the library.*
  1. Good Condition
    Good Condition
    Here is an example of a good book donation.
  2. Gently Used
    Gently Used
    Here is an example of a gently used donation.
  3. Falling apart
    Falling apart
    Here is an example of materials we don't take.
  4. Yellowed Book
    Yellowed Book
    Here is an example of materials we don't take.
  1. Good DVD
    Good DVD
    Here is an example of a good DVD donation.
  2. Scratched
    Please make sure any DVDs are not scratched.
  3. DVD Cases
    DVD Cases
    We would like all DVD cases to be like the one on the right.
  4. DVD Cases
    DVD Cases
    Example of smaller DVD cases is on the left.
Some examples of items we don't take at the library are:
  • CD's
  • VHS Tapes
  • Cassete tapes
  • Children's books that make sound
  • Children's books with flaps or pulls