Your generosity directly supports our operations and the employment and training of our employees with disabilities. We are a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization, and your donations are deductible in accordance with federal tax regulations.
We accept online donations using major credit cards and PayPal.
Or if you prefer, you may mail your check to: Westport Book Sale Ventures, Inc., 20 Jesup Road, Westport, CT 06880.
Donor information is never shared.
New volunteers are always welcome.
Please come and share your talents and skills by contacting us to volunteer for any and all of the following:
Volunteer at a Book Sale event
Volunteer year-round in the Book Donation Center
Volunteer to work with adults with disabilities
To learn more contact Judi Lake at:
We accept donations of gently used books, audiobooks on CD, video DVDs, music CDs, vinyl records, puzzles, and games, throughout the year.
Until further notice, book donations are accepted only on Thursdays, from 9:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. (or, if earlier, when capacity is reached).
The next book donation day is
Thursday, October 1st.
Donations are "contact-less" -- donors are asked to bring their materials directly to the grey brick shed located immediately next to the Book Donation Center, in the Upper Parking Lot of the Westport Library, 20 Jesup Road.
Please deposit your materials directly into the plastic bins inside the grey brick shed or, if your donations are in boxes, stack the boxes inside the shed, on the floor beside the bins. Donated materials will be quarantined in the shed for three days before being handled by book sale volunteers or employees.
For your protection, when at the shed, please obseve social distancing, and wear a mask.
In order to limit exposure of our book sale volunteers and employees, we are not scheduling book pick-ups at this time.
Please, do not leave book donations on the ground outside the Book Donation Center or the shed. Unfortunately, any materials left outside will be recycled, not resold, due to exposure to the elements and an inability to segregate and quarantine.