The team at Gratz Park Private Wealth has a heart for service, community, and our home.

As strong women and involved community members, we believe in contributing to meaningful causes in any way that we can—physically, financially, or otherwise. We turned that belief into action with new community service projects every week in October in the “Gratz Park Private Wealth Cares” campaign.



In early October, our team participated in Make-A-Wish Messages of Hope. We provided compassionate messages of hope to the Make-A-Wish kids, while in-person wishes are postponed due to social distancing requirements. Our messages brought a shining light of joy to the children and carried hopes of strength for tomorrow. We can’t wait for the kids to have their in-person wishes come true.



During the second week of October, our team helped kids in need to feel celebrated on their birthday. Through the non-profit Box of Balloons program, we built custom-made Birthday Boxes containing a bounty of birthday party supplies and delivering hope to families in need during tough times. Every child deserves to feel special, be celebrated, and have a memorable birthday party. 



As October entered its third week, Gratz Park Private Wealth team members supported the Bluegrass Parkinson’s Alliance. The Bluegrass Parkinson’s Alliance is a non-profit organization whose mission is to serve people in the area with Parkinson’s Disease, their families, and care partners. Nearly all activities are organized and planned by dedicated volunteers so that 100% of all donations to the Bluegrass Parkinson’s Alliance go to help people with Parkinson’s and their care partners. 



To wrap up the final week of Gratz Park Private Wealth Cares month, our team participated in the “Be a Santa to a Senior” program and spread joy to a senior this holiday season with a Christmas gift! Learn more about “Be a Santa to a Senior” here.

Thank you to everyone for your support during “Gratz Park Private Wealth Cares” in October. We look forward to continuing our “strong actions” in the community we love and serve.