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Donations to Libraries

 

 

Donations to Central & City Branch Libraries

 

Central Library is not currently accepting any donation due to pending renovations.

 

City Branch libraries [with the exception of Paine Branch] accept good condition,
recently published, donations of the following:

 

Fiction

Non-Fiction

Paperbacks

CDs / Cassettes

Videos / DVDs

 

In addition, the following libraries accept foreign language materials:

 

Central Library

Beauchamp Branch Library

Hazard Branch Library

Mundy Branch Library [Spanish materials only]

Petit Branch Library [only "how-to" materials]

Soule Branch Library

White Branch Library

 

Central and City Branch libraries DO NOT accept the following:

 

Magazines

Textbooks

Encyclopedias

 

For further questions or details about how to donate materials please call your local library.


Donations to Suburban Libraries

 

Please call the following libraries for donation information of any kind:
East Syracuse Free Library, Lafayette Public Library, Maxwell Memorial Library, NOPL at Brewerton, NOPL at North Syracuse.

 

Suburban libraries not listed above accept good condition,
recently published, donations of the following:

 

Fiction

Non-Fiction

Paperbacks

CDs / Cassettes

Videos / DVDs

 

In addition, the following suburban libraries accept foreign language materials:

 

DeWitt Community Library

Liverpool Public Library

Fayetteville Free Library

Manlius Library

Marcellus Free Library

Solvay Public Library [Ukrainian & Russian only]


In addition to libraries, there are other places where donations are accepted.

 

Hospitals

Assisted Living Communities

Nursing Homes

Rescue Mission

Salvation Army

 

If you are interested in book recycling, please check with OCRRA's website.

 

Last updated April 30, 2014