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1. How To Donate

2. Buy Books/Media

a) Get together your gently used Books, DVDs, CDs and Software:

  • Take down your CD towers
  • Downsize your personal book and DVD library
  • Conduct a donation drive in your neighborhood, school or place of work

 

b) Send to Eco Encore: Ship your donation via US Media Mail – this is the least expensive way to go. Mail to:

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Auburn, WA 98001 
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