"We love having a place where people can recycle their used books, and the proceeds we receive are a very welcome source of revenue. New Legacy Books makes it easy, and is a pleasure to work with."
Literacy Volunteers of Morris County
"We are pleased to be partnering with New Legacy Books. It is an opportunity for us to help put unwanted books back into circulation while raising much-needed funds for Employment Horizons."
Director of Community Relations
"It has been a pleasure to collaborate with New Legacy Books for this ongoing fundraising opportunity to benefit our non-profit organization. As a busy health-care organization, there has been little staff resources extended to the maintenance of New Legacy Book Bin. Once the bin is filled, an outreach to New Legacy Books prompts the speedy pick up of the materials. Not only has the New Legacy Book Bin provided a great community resource for residents and businesses to recycle their media materials; but many positive comments have been shared by donors who are pleased to be able to simultaneously support Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice with the revenue generated from the items collected. These regular donations from New Legacy Books certainly helps with our fundraising mission."
Special Events Manager
Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice
"Hard-cover book recycling is now a reality in several Morris County municipalities thanks to New Legacy Books. Their green recycling bins, placed in municipal recycling depots and public spaces, make it easy for residents to recycle their hard-cover books and for all of us to improve our recycling and sustainability efforts."
Assistant Recycling Specialist
Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority
"Picatinny Military and Civilians' Club has had a great fundraising experience with New Legacy Books. We currently have two book bins located in Rockaway and consider them to be one of best fundraisers. We have also held two successful used book sales with books provided by New Legacy and everything went very smoothly. New Legacy has always been helpful and professional and we would recommend them to anyone!"
Picatinny Military & Civilians' Club
"Chester Township has enjoyed more than one (1) year of having the New Legacy Book Bin located at our municipal building site. Over the past year the revenue from the bin has earned in excess of $1,500 which certainly helps with other recycling projects. It is a wonderful feeling to know that books are being recycled and reused rather than ending up in the landfill.."
Sarah Jane Noll
Planning & Zoning Administrator
Zoning Official & Environmental Commission