GKT: Community Partnerships

Our law firm is dedicated to serving the community. Below is a list of community organizations, events and programs we have the opportunity to assist.

Mountaineer Baseball Association

The Mountaineer Baseball Association helps children grow physically, mentally and morally through participation in team sports. MBA Vice President Jonathan E. Turak is committed to connecting youth athletes with positive role models who teach good sportsmanship and solid life principles.


DNTTXT Pledge

At any given moment across America, approximately 660,000 drivers are using cell phones while driving. These distracted drivers are injuring, even killing, innocent people at an alarming rate.

Gold, Khourey & Turak has teamed up with WTRF 7 News to help prevent these tragedies.

We urge you to keep the roadways safe by pledging to put your mobile devices down while driving. Go to WTRF.com and sign the don’t text pledge.


Cockayne Farmstead

As members of the Historic Preservation Committee for Cockayne Farmstead, partners and staff members of GKT are actively engaged in maintaining this remarkable representation of West Virginia pioneer life. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002, Cockayne Farmstead is filled with artifacts dating back to the 1850s.

The Cockayne Farmstead
1111 Wheeling Avenue
Glen Dale, West Virginia
304-845-1411


Booze & Cruise, You’ll Lose

GKT created “Booze & Cruise, You’ll Lose” in 1992 to educate high school students about the dangers of drinking and driving. This outreach program includes mock DUI crashes, mock trials, interactive assemblies, and New Year’s Eve cab rides home. The program also provides resources to learn the warning signs of drinking/drug use.


Annual Italian Heritage Festival

For more than a decade, Gold, Khourey & Turak has been the proud sponsor of the Upper Ohio Italian Heritage Festival’s Cultural Plaza. The second-largest Italian Festival in the United States, this event celebrates the food, wine, language and music of Italy.


Hope for Hines

Hines David Rotriga, age 4, was diagnosed with stage IV neuroblastoma on Dec. 26, 2013. He is the son of Kevin and Debbie Rotriga of Wheeling, W.Va.

Gold, Khourey & Turak has sponsored and hosted a number of events to raise funds for Hines’ treatment. Rallying with our community, we are staying positive and optimistic through this family’s long journey.