We will be closed Nov. 25-29 so our staff can enjoy time with their families. Happy Holidays!
--Nov. 24, 2014
Due to fiscal pressure, we are now open 10am-3pm Wednesday-Saturday. Donations can be left in the shed across the parking lot any time, larger donations will be accepted by appointment.
--Nov. 24, 2014
If you shop on Amazon, please link your Amazon account to RBE through Amazon Smile and Amazon will donate a small percentage of your purchases to us!
--Nov. 24, 2014
Fred Meyer Rewards
You can now support RBE by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards card to us! Click here and press the "Link Your Rewards Card Now" button. Link to non-profit number 94900.
-- Jun. 13, 2014
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--Oct. 14, 2011
Call for Volunteers
We always have books waiting to be shelved-- the more volunteers we have, the faster we can make books available!
-- Apr. 5, 2010
How to find us: We are located in downtown Medford on the NE corner of 6th and Ivy.
What we are: Rogue Book Exchange is a nonprofit organization founded to unite unwanted books with people who want them. We look like a bookstore, but there's one big difference: all the books on the shelves are free!
How it works: A small percentage of donated books will be sold online in order to pay the bills. All other books will be made available free to the public. You don't have to donate books in order to take some home and you don't have to take any home if you donate. Someone would love to have the books and other media that have been gathering dust on your shelves or in storage so bring them on in and take home something new!
When we're open: Rogue Book Exchange is open Wednesday-Saturday 10am-3pm.
What we offer:
- Free books, movies and CDs
- Chairs for browsing
- Kid-friendly space
- Our largest selections are in general fiction, mystery/thriller/horror, religion and spirituality, nonfiction, health/diet and romance. We also have many items in young adult, reference/ educational/ textbooks/ homeschool, pregnancy/ parenting, childrens, cookbooks, biography and autobiography, science fiction/ fantasy, history and current events, business/ finance, sports, travel, pets, humor, home improvement, crafts/ hobbies, foreign language, games, computer, nature, classics, western, movies, audiobooks, and CDs. Obviously, our stock will be in constant flux so you'll have to come in to see what you can find!
- We do not accept encyclopedias, Reader's Digest Condensed books or magazines.
- There is a donation drop box available in our parking lot for drop-off any time-- look for the book shed! If you have a large donation and can not make it to us during open hours, please call to schedule an appointment.
- Volunteers! We always have books ready to shelve-- the more help we have, the more books we can get out onto the shelves. We are happy to have both regularly scheduled volunteers and drop-in help.
- Lumber: 1x8, 1x10 and 1x12 boards in lengths of at least 3 feet.
- Publicity contacts. Any way we can spread the word helps.
- Barcode scanners.
- Office supplies: blank paper, packing tape, scotch tape, bubble wrap.
- Gift certificates (got one that you're just not sure how to use?) for building supply or office supply stores (Staples, Office Depot, Home Depot, Lowes, etc.).
- Bookends (the simple bent metal ones).
- And, of course, we'll happily accept cash donations as well.
- As always, all donations are tax deductible! Just ask the worker on duty for a receipt.
How to contact us: You are welcome to stop by any time during open hours. Our phone number is (541) 779-1326. You can also contact our staff by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.