Donate A Bible
Donate Your Bibles – We Need Your New and Gently Used Bibles!
What If The Next Bible You Donate…
finds its way into the hands of a young preacher or pastor like Billy Graham, Andrew Wommack, Joyce Meyer, Chuck Missler, Chuck Swindoll, Oral Roberts, John G. Lake, well you get the idea. Now, imagine the impact just one of your donated bibles can make on the world! Like sowing seeds, donating and giving away bibles for free is exactly the same… they do bear fruit. Some will reproduce 30, 60 and even 100 fold, all you have to do is keep sowing those seeds! So, come-on, donate a bible and put those bibles back to work. We need your New and Gently Used Bibles to make this happen.
How to Donate a Bible…
Shipping Used Bibles:
There are many services that are willing to help you ship your bibles. Over the years we have found that shipping bibles through the U.S. Postal Service as “Media Mail” is the least expensive way to send bibles. If you are donating quantities of 300 bibles or more, a trucking company maybe your most cost-effective way of shipping. If you are planning on sending such a large quantity, it is best to send us an email to discuss it. If you have a better idea, we would like to know about it. You can also purchase New Bibles and have them drop shipped directly to out P.O. Box.
Buying New Bibles:
There are a number of online wholesale book stores selling Christian books and bibles. One of the perks is that they will ship your bibles directly to our P.O. Box. We recommend Christianbook.com, however there is no obligation to do so. No King James please. Too hard for most people to understand. Thanks for your understanding.
Donating Bibles Can’t Get Much Easier:
Simply pack them in a sturdy and well taped box. Take them to the U.S. Post Office and ship them as “Media Mail” to:
P.O. Box 90
Palm Harbor, FL 34682
We appreciate your good bibles.
Food For Thought:
A few thoughts from our roughly 6-years of sending and receiving donated bibles.
1) When you donate a bible, please, don’t make the bible boxes heavier than 40 pounds. If they are too heavy during shipping they maybe mishandled, tossed instead of carried and dropped instead of placed down. This can result in torn boxes and for your bibles to become lost or damaged during shipping.
2) An extra piece of tape or two across the bottom of the box goes a long way.
3) I can’t think of any other way to say this than straight out. Many people send us old, torn and tattered bibles thinking we have a special way to dispose of them. With all respect, the answer is “no, we don’t”. Bibles that are torn, held together by rubber-bands, duck-taped, missing pages or paper clipped cannot be used. Pleasesave your money and time and don’t send them.