Dedicated to Serving the Members of Our Community
Gillece Services has a deep passion and commitment for serving the local communities in Greater Pittsburgh and the surrounding counties. We are dedicated to helping as many people as we can both on and off the clock because we truly care about our community. As a family owned and operated business, it is important for us to help the development of local organizations and causes.
Here is a list of the groups and projects we have provided donations to and collaborated with over the years:
- Friends of Haiti
- Troops for Trades
- Veteran Training Program
- U.S. Chamber of Commerce – Hiring Our Heroes
- Western PA VFW
- DAV (Disabled American Veterans)
- Veterans Free Furnace Program
- South Hills Student Robotics Team (Team Robotix)
- South Hills Student Tech Teams
- South Fayette Marching Band
- Boy Scouts of America
- Bethany Presbyterian Church
- Sojourner House
- Mt. Lebanon Athletic Department
- Canon Mac Football
- Bethel Park Girls Softball Association
We are beyond proud to be a part of such incredible organizations and are so grateful to all the great people that are involved in making a difference.
Troops for Trades
Our team is always looking for new ways to serve, which is why we have recently offered up our state-of-the-art training facility to be used as the regional training center for veterans participating in the Troops to Trades program. While veterans are training, we provide them with paid internships, and upon completion of their training, we offer them jobs.
Very helpful during the consultation by explaining everything- Crystal
Found that the gauge was set too high (waste of energy & $$$) and set it to the proper level (I look forward to saving $$$ on my gas bill)- Terri C.
Everything with Gillece went smoothly!- Joseph H.
Worked from time she arrived, explained all paper work, costs answered any questions I had.- Barbara D.
Explained everything in detail, very easy to speak with and because of John I will gladly return to Gillece for all my service needs!- Michael S.