• Youth Engagement in McKeesport

    Community leaders discussed how youth play a vital role in the future of McKeesport.

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  • #CommonCents

    Throughout the month of February shoppers at the East End Food Coop can "round up" their purchases and make a donation to GTECH. Help us spread the word.

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  • Thank You From the Bottom of Our Roots

    With your help we exceeded our 2014 fundraising goal! What a great start to 2015.

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  • Class of 2015

    Join us in welcoming the 2015 class of GTECH Ambassadors.

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  • 3 Neighborhoods. 1 Community Prize. Thousands of Saved BTUs.

    Hazelwood, Homewood and Millvale are competing to see who can get their neighbors to save the most energy.

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Upcoming Events

Feb 1, 2015

Register Round Up

When you shop at the East End Food Cooperative during the month of February, you have the option of rounding up […]

Mar 12, 2015

Inspire Speakers Series Presents: Will Allen, Stephen Ritz, and Jennifer Flanagan

Food=Community. By investing in healthy, fresh and local food, we can, Create Jobs, Improve Public Health, Connect Communities, Teach Useful Skills & Reduce Food Waste. […]

Mar 3, 2015

Food Security Potluck

March 3 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Join hosts from the Environmental Charter School, Just Harvest, and the Pittsburgh […]

what’s new?

Feb 27, 2015

What’s in that bag? Window Plastic!

What’s in that bag? Window Plastic! With the ReEnergize Pgh Energy Efficiency Challenge swinging into full gear, here’s an insider’s […]

Feb 26, 2015

What’s in that bag? Outlet Caps and more!

What’s in that bag? With the ReEnergize Pgh Energy Efficiency Challenge swinging into full gear, here’s an insider’s look at […]

Feb 25, 2015

What’s in that bag? Caulk!

What’s in that bag? With the ReEnergize Pgh Energy Efficiency Challenge swinging into full gear, here’s an insider’s look at […]

Our Mission

GTECH (Growth Through Energy and Community Health) Strategies is a nonprofit that is dedicated to cultivating the unrealized potential of people and places to improve the economic, social and environmental health of our communities.