Donate your books to the Jefferson County Library Foundation and support the programs and services of the Foundation and the Jefferson County Public Library! Our warehouse is open to receive donations Monday – Thursday from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Books must be in boxes. We cannot accept donations brought in bags.
We do NOT accept:
Large volume donations (1 box of books or more)
You can make large volume donations of books and media directly at the Jefferson County Library Foundation warehouse Monday-Friday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, where you’ll find grateful staff and helpful volunteers ready to assist you with unloading. As a courtesy, we request that all donations be brought in boxes. Please call us at 303-403-5075 in advance if you have more than six boxes of books, as we will need to confirm whether we have the space to accept your donation.
Need help getting your books to us?
Unfortunately, we are unable to offer a pick up service for large donations. If you need assistance in getting your books to us, we recommend College Hunks Moving & Hauling, an organization offering professional residential and commercial moving, junk removal, and donation pickup and delivery services. You can learn more about the organization here. Fees apply.
Find us at
Jefferson County Library Foundation
10790 W 50th Avenue, Suite 200
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Donations accepted Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Small volume book donations (1 box or less)
You can make small volume donations during normal operating hours at the following Jeffco Library Locations. Just click on the link for branch hours and directions..
- Arvada Library
- Belmar Library
- Columbine Library
- Edgewater Library
- Evergreen Library
- Lakewood Library
- Standley Lake Library
- Wheat Ridge Library
Recording Your Donations for Tax Purposes
Use this form to itemize your contribution of used books and media to the Jefferson County Library Foundation. Items donated may be deductible for income tax purposes at their present “fair market value” as provided by law. The IRS tax code places the responsibility for estimating the fair market value on you, the donor.