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The Greatest Gift Catalog Ever 2016



    'Greatest Gift Catalog' Founder Talks 9th Edition

    The Greatest Gift Catalog Ever founder and chief volunteer Elliot Goldman joins NBC 5 live in studio to discuss the ninth edition of the holiday gifting guide. (Published Monday, Nov. 28, 2016)

    Looking for the perfect gift this holiday season? What if you could give that special someone a gift that made a real difference for this community?

    This holiday season, NBC 5 is proud to partner with the 2016 Greatest Gift Catalog Ever, a catalog that allows the “shopper” to find 75 unique charitable giving opportunities from 25 great non-profit organizations to choose from in Tarrant County.

    The Greatest Gift Catalog Ever was founded in 2007 by local businessman Elliot Goldman and his wife, Heather, to raise funds and awareness for local charities, their goal was to have something in there for everyone.

    The catalog will have gifts ranging in price from $10 to $25,000. Purchases can be made online, by phone or by mail. Through the generous support of local foundations and corporations, 100 percent of the tax-deductible donations will go directly to the designated organizations. As an added bonus, every purchase from the catalog will just make you feel good inside.

    Catalogs are available at over 200 locations in Tarrant County. Here are some of the great organizations featured organizations in the 2016 Greatest Gift Catalog Ever this year:

    The First Tee
    Gill Children's Services
    Kids Who Care
    The Union Gospel Mission
    The Boys and Girls Clubs of Tarrant County
    The Cliburn
    Recovery Resource Council
    Camp John Marc
    Easter Seals of North Texas
    The Parenting Center
    Catholic Charities
    Alzheimer's Association
    Meals on Wheels
    Helping Restore Ability
    A Wish With Wings
    The Greatest Gift Catalog Ever
    Ronald McDonald House
    Airpower Foundation
    The Women's Center

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