Two organizations that provide free King James Bibles include the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and the World Bible Project. Both organizations provide an online form for visitors to fill out with their names, contact details and postal addresses. Neither organization will send more than one copy of the King James Bible to a single household.
Those wishing to receive a King James Bible from the Latter-Day Saints may also call the toll free number, which is listed at the organization's website, to place an order.
The World Bible Project makes the following other versions available to the public free of charge.
- New King James Version
- New International Version
- "Reina Valera" (Spanish)
- "La Bible du Semeur" (French New Testament)
- "365 Read-Aloud Bedtime Bible Stories"
- "My City, My God" (New Testament for teens)
- "Children's Bible" (New Testament for children aged between 6 and 12)
As an alternative to a hard copy of the Bible, the website of The Official King James Bible makes the King James Version available in a searchable digital format free of charge. Users can choose to search for keywords within both the Old and New Testaments or look up a specific Bible verse.