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Donate Books to a Worthy Charity – Free Donation Pick Up Service in Charlotte, Winston Salem, Greensboro, High Point & Surrounding Areas

Donate Books CharlotteIt might be time to donate your used books if stepping into your basement, home office, or attic is like entering a dusty lending library. Most people have boxfuls of books that they’ve already read that are simply taking up space in their home. Instead of hoarding old books or tossing them in the garbage, give them a second home by donating them to National Kidney Services (NKS), a Charlotte-based charity that is committed to fighting the battle against kidney disease.

NKS encourages you to donate used books of all kinds because paying it forward can have a variety of benefits, both for you and your community. Donating books helps:

  • Sustain kidney disease awareness and prevention efforts
  • Less fortunate people have access to affordable reading material 
  • Clear clutter from your home
  • Reduce the amount of waste you produce
  • Keep local landfills clear

Donate books of any type. Our charity gladly welcomes hardbacks, paperbacks, magazines, reference books, textbooks, cookbooks, how-to books, and many more. We also accept donations of used men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing, furniture, small appliances, electronics, toys, linens, kitchenware, and decorative items. All of your generous donations are tax deductible.*

Not sure how or where to donate books? Call 866-408-6464 or fill out our online form to add your name to our donation pick up call list. A reliable, professional NKS driver will come right to your home or business to collect your contributions and provide you with a tax receipt. You can also bring your donations for our charitable organization to Value Village stores in Charlotte, Greensboro, Gastonia, Mooresville, or Kannapolis.


*To the fullest extent allowed by law