Gifts and Memorials
Approved by J.H. Wootter’s, Crockett Public Library Advisory Board
The J.H. Wootter’s Crockett Public library welcomes gifts of new and used books, audio recordings,
videos, and similar materials. Items will be added to the collection in accordance with the selection policy of the library.
Once donated, items become the property of J.H. Wootter’s Crockett Public Library,
and may be given to other libraries and non-profit agencies, sold, traded, or discarded if they are not added to the collection.
Donated items will not be returned to the donor and the library will not accept any item that is not an outright gift.
The library will acknowledge will acknowledge receipt of donated items but is unable to set fair market or appraisal values.
It is recommended that the donor make a list of items donated. If items are being donated to obtain a tax benefit,
it is the donor’s responsibility to establish fair market value or obtain expert assistance in establishing any value.
The library also reserves the right to decide when a gift added to the collection must be withdrawn.
Monetary gifts, bequests, and memorial or honorary contributions are particularly welcome.
Funds donated will be used to purchase items in accordance with the selection policy of the library.
Books, videos, and other materials purchased with bequests and memorial or honorary contributions will be recorded.
If requested, notification of memorial or honorary contributions will be sent to the family of the person being recognized.
Suggestions for subject areas or other areas of interest are welcome and will be followed to the extent possible.
Acceptance of donations of equipment, real estate, stock, , etc.,
will be determined by the library board based on the suitability to the purposes and needs of the library,
laws and regulations that govern the ownership of the gift.
Approved by the J.H. Wootter’s Crockett Public Library Advisory Board