The Greatest Gift Catalog Ever 2018 - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The Greatest Gift Catalog Ever 2018



    The Greatest Gift Catalog Ever 2018

    Discussing how you can double your charitable giving with 20 wonderful non-profits with Christine Jones, Executive Director with The Greatest Gift Catalog Ever. To learn more, visit
    (Published Monday, Dec. 3, 2018)

    Do you struggle to find the perfect holiday gift? What if you could give that special someone the gift of giving?

    NBC 5 is proud to partner with the 2018 Greatest Gift Catalog Ever, a unique holiday catalog that features 20 amazing local nonprofits. The Greatest Gift Catalog Ever was founded in 2007 by businessman and philanthropist Elliot Goldman and his wife, Heather, to raise funds and awareness for local charities.

    The Catalog showcases the great work happening in our community and offers opportunities to contribute to the charity of your choice, and 100 percent of your donation goes to that organization. You can also buy a gift card and let that special someone choose where the money goes. Even better, there are more than 175,000 in available matching funds, so every contribution you make will be matched --- dollar for dollar.

    Here are some of the great organizations featured in the 2018 Greatest Gift Catalog Ever:

    A Wish with Wings
    Airpower Foundation
    Alzheimer’s Association of North Texas
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tarrant County
    Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County
    Camp John Marc
    Catholic Charities Fort Worth
    Gill Children’s Services
    Helping Restore Ability
    Kids Who Care
    Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County
    One Safe Place
    Recovery Resource Council
    Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth
    The First Tee of Fort Worth
    The Parenting Center
    The Women’s Center of Tarrant County
    Union Gospel Mission
    Victory Therapy Center

    Gift purchases can be made online, by phone or by mail. Catalogs are available at over 200 Texas Healthcare doctors’ offices and more than 500 locations throughout Tarrant County. To learn more, go to