We Could Use a Hand.

Dayton Book Fair is growing by leaps and bounds. We are inundated with generous donations of books from so many people, and we want to make sure that as many of these books as humanly possible make their way into the hands of people who want them.

But there are so many books and now, quite literally, not enough hours in the day for us to process them. Now with St. Vincent de Paul redirecting all of their book donations to us, we are reaching out to the public to see if there aren’t a few more of you out there who’d like to become part of our team.

Maybe you’d like to learn how to sell on eBay? Maybe you’d like to be involved in making pickups from individuals in the community? Maybe you’d like to learn to repair books? Or just sort books for the annual sale. (Did we mention that you’re welcome to take books home?)

We’re a friendly group of diverse individuals aged 20 to 85, bound by our shared love of books. (They’re more than just widgets to us.)

We are open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 10 to 4, and by appointment. But with more volunteers, we could be open more– so even if you’re not available THOSE hours, we might have a spot for you even so. To find out more, call (937) 999-4491 during our open hours, or send us an email at daytonbookfair@gmail.com or fill out the form on the “volunteers” page of this website.

2 Replies to “We Could Use a Hand.”

    1. We are indeed looking for help! I’m sorry it took us so long to get back to you, things have been a little chaotic as we’re super busy. If you would still like to learn more about us, you are welcome to call (937) 999-4491 or stop by our offices at 2181 Embury Park Road in Dayton or send us an email at Daytonbookfair@gmail.com. Please ask for Larkin or Allison. We are open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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