Answered By: John Kissinger Last Updated: Sep 28, 2017 Views: 173
Yes, but under specific circumstances. Certain books are more relevant to the library's collection. For example, non-fiction works on history might be suitable for our collection whereas historical fiction may not be. Textbooks that are currently being used in CCGA classes may be helpful as they can be placed on reserve at the circulation desk and made available to students who are currently in those classes. Dated text books and older editions are not generally suitable as donations.Should you have any specific questions about donations our librarians would be happy to help you.
We do not take donations of newspapers, magazines, paperbacks or popular fiction (bestsellers). You may want to contact the local public libraries or charity resale organizations donate these items.
The CCGA library accepts donations under a "no-strings" policy. We cannot appraise donations or provide receipts for tax purposes. Once an item has been donated the library reserves the right to process it into the collection or/or dispose of it as necessary.