Each year, you’ll find almost half a million books, media and treasures at the VNSA Book Sale, all donated from the public, businesses, schools, and other groups. We take donations all year long, so if you have books and media that are no longer needed, please contact us!

We sometimes get items that are not suitable for the Book Sale. Water damaged, excessively soiled, or torn books are not kept.  Whenever possible, VNSA donates books we cannot sell to other nonprofit organizations that may have a use for them.

Individual donors will receive a receipt for donations at the time of pick-up.  If you have made a donation using our VNSA donation box, or if the VNSA volunteer did not provide you with a receipt at the time of donation, fill out the Donation Receipt Request Form to obtain a receipt. Please provide the details of your donation.

Types of Items Accepted:

  • Paperback books, hardback books,
  • DVDs, CDs, and vinyl records,
  • Audio books (CD only),
  • Maps,
  • Jigsaw puzzles and games,
  • Encyclopedias printed in the last 15 years and those printed before 1950, and
  • Some magazines (but not all, please check this list).

Items We Cannot Accept: Since donated books will be sold to others for use in homes and schools, only new or gently used items AND older rare and unusual items can be accepted. VNSA does not accept:

  • Damaged books,
  • Readers Digest Condensed books,
  • Serial romance books such as Harlequin,
  • Library discards,
  • Cassette tapes,
  • VHS tapes,
  • General magazines (including National Geographic).


VNSA wants your donations! If you are not near one of our drop boxes, we will come to you. Please call or email us to make an appointment for a book pick-up at your home or office.

  1. Call 602-265-6805 or
  2. Email us.

Provide the following details about your donation:

  1. Your name
  2. Phone number (daytime and evening numbers)
  3. Email address (VNSA wishes to contact you for future donations and to invite you to our sale.)
  4. Street address, city, and ZIP code
  5. Estimated number of small boxes or bags of books. (Please pack your donation in bankers boxes or similarly sized small boxes, or in sturdy bags. Your estimate helps us determine the size of vehicle and number of volunteers needed. All pick-ups are made by our volunteers. Your help in packing boxes that can be lifted by a single individual is appreciated.)
  6. Main cross streets
  7. Where exactly will you leave the books for us? Are you in a gated community? Are there stairs to negotiate?

Donations are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law and receipts are available. Please fill out our Donation Receipt Form to request a receipt.


All VNSA drop boxes are painted beige with navy lettering on a yellow VNSA sign, and are located as close to a curb as possible.  Volunteers empty boxes every week. Have you seen a problem with one of our drop boxes? If you see a VNSA drop box that is overflowing, damaged, or tagged with graffiti,  please let us know!


You will find our donation drop boxes at the following locations:

4242 E Greenway Rd (44th St & Greenway)
4224 N 44th St. (N of Indian School Road)
3420 E Shea Blvd. (SR-51 & Shea, NE corner)parking lot on West side of building
2336 E Mulberry Dr. (24th St., south of Osborn)
5521 North 7th St. (7th St & Missouri, NE corner, to the right of Bashas’)
3rd Ave. and Earll Drive, Phoenix (NE corner, in the parking lot on an island near 3rd Ave.)

Sun City

10861 W Sunland Dr, Sun City, AZ 85351

7025 E Osborn Rd (70th St & Osborn, behind the church)
11735 N Scottsdale Rd (Scottsdale & Cactus)
8925 E Pima Center Parkway (off of Pima Road)

Baseline & Rural (NW corner, behind the shopping center in a small strip mall near Reynolds Law Firm)

5310 S Superstition Mountain (NE corner at Bashas’)

2919 N Litchfield Rd (Litchfield & Thomas, NE corner @ YMCA)

If you wish to receive a donation receipt, please Please fill out our Donation Receipt Form.


In addition to books and media, we welcome any financial donations to support our efforts. Contact us at

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