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GIFTS AND DONATIONS

The Williamson County Public Library, WCPLtn, is grateful for the donation of books and other materials, as well as monetary gifts. Your donations help to enhance the collection beyond our budgetary capabilities.

Gifts accepted for addition to the Library's collection become the property of the Library and will be placed where most appropriate. 

Materials that cannot be utilized are transferred to the Friends of the WCPL, a non-profit organization, for use in their quarterly book sales. The proceeds from the sales are used to support the WCPL's mission and programs, and to enhance the Library's collections.


Memorial Program

Contributions in "honor" and in "memory" of individuals and families may be made at all branch libraries. Please consider donating to the library to honor your friend or loved one.

Larger contributions may be designated to make ongoing purchases of materials or to purchase furnishings or other equipment. Please note that these items will not carry a donor plate.

Donations

All book, audiobook and movie donations must be in a bag or box. Staff may not remove loose items from the backseat or trunk of a vehicle.

WCPLtn staff may not appraise the value of donated materials, but we will be happy to supply you with a receipt in acknowledgement of your gift. Staff is not responsible for counting donated materials. If you would like a receipt, please provide us with the number of donated items.


Donations are accepted at:

Main Library - at the service entrance in the rear of the building Monday through Friday from 9 am- 4:30 pm
Branches - Tuesday-Saturday during Library hours.


The Library can accept:
  • books in like-new or good condition
  • DVDs
  • VHS Videos
  • audio books--any format
  • software
  • local history and genealogy titles
  • back issues of Southern Living, Architectural Digest, and all cooking magazines
  • text books 5 years old or newer

The Library cannot accept:
  • home recorded audio-visual materials
  • textbooks more than 5 years old
  • encyclopedias more than 5 years old
  • books with outdated information
  • books with broken spines
  • books with loose or torn covers
  • books with a damaged cover
  • books with excessively marked by pens, pencils, crayons or highlighters
  • books with stains from mold, water-damage, mildew, grease, food-stains
  • books covered with pet hair
  • books with bug infested odors
  • books smell of mold or smoke or other environmental causes

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