Your local public or school library may be interested in gently used books, CDs, DVDs, and videocassettes, so consider contacting them first. The following websites provide other possibilities for your donations or no longer wanted items.
The website lists guidelines for book donations. The organization picks up at your home. You choose the day, prepare and label items and leave outside your door for pick up. A receipt is provided whether you are home or not.
A used book company that selectively purchases the books that you post online. Their software controls what they will purchase. The company then attempts to resell your books. Your account is paid the 1st and 10th of the month.
Amazon lets you sell your books, textbooks, and other items for a fee. Your products appear on Amazon.com. Customers view and purchase. Amazon notifies you by e-mail and you pack and ship to the customer or sign up for Professional Selling, and Amazon does the shipping for you. Payment is deposited in your bank account.
A company that sells discarded and donated materials from individuals, libraries and book stores. The company picks up as well as mailing. A portion of sales proceeds go to the donor and literacy partner.