At Bradigan’s Incorporated, philanthropy is an integral part of our business and a sound investment in the communities where we live and work. We believe that promoting and contributing to the health and vitality of the communities in which we have the privilege to operate is essential to our success.
Bradigan’s Incorporated is a supporter of many non-profit organizations that subscribe to the mission of improving the health, education and human service needs in the communities. What we don’t give in money, we give in time. Our board of directors and employees serve or have served on a wide variety of local charitable giving boards and committees that range from the Armstrong County Chamber of Commerce, the YMCA, the Kittanning Rotary Club, the Kittanning Lions Club and the Armstrong County Memorial Hospital, to name a few.
Bradigan’s Incorporated has a comprehensive Health, Environment, Safety & Security policy that begins with its Statement of Values. They are:
People are the heart and soul of Bradigan’s. They will be treated with dignity at all times.
Customers keep us in business. We will treat customers with the utmost respect and provide excellent service.
Suppliers share our business as partners. Our mutual success is interdependent. We will always strive to continuously improve our communications and relationships with them.
Bradigan’s is in business to safely, economically and efficiently provide energy resources in the form of products and services to our customers.
Know your customers and exceed their expectations.
Our Operating Principles
- Quality in All Jobs
- Learn, Think, Analyze,
- Evaluate and Improve
- Reliable Products and Services Delivered On-Time
with Excellence and Consistency
- Better Communications
- Listen, Ask and Speak Up
Memberships & Affiliations
Bradigan’s Gas Card Winners 2017 – United Way of Armstrong County
Molly Atwood was assisted by members of the Kittanning Rotary Club with the “Blessings in a Backpack” campaign in which various supplies are delivered to local students who meet the qualifications in the Armstrong School District.
Andy Bradigan, one of the Rotary members pictured above explained that “Rotary’s motto is Service Above Self and this was a way for the Club to assist a fellow community organization in need to help the next generation within our area”
The United Way of Armstrong County creates community-based and community-led solutions that strengthen the cornerstones for a good quality of life: education, financial stability and health.
Bradigan’s continues to support the United Way by donating annually three KardGard gasoline cards as part of their “Gasoline Giveaway Sweepstakes.”
These cards can be used at any of the 6 Bradigan’s Refueling Club locations. We are proud to partner with the United Way to give back to Armstrong County.
Thank you to the United Way and Congratulations to the 2017 winners.
The Westmoreland- Armstrong Chapter of the American Red Cross honored a number of Armstrong County All-Stars.
Our own Cliff Fennell was honored with a Good Samaritan Award after putting himself in danger in an incident that occurred at the Shop-n-Save gas pumps on July 7, 2011. Cliff unselfishly came to the aid of a woman that had caused a fire at the gas pumps while he was filling the underground tanks with fuel.
“A hero is someone who does what has to be done, when it needs to be done, regardless of the consequences”
Firefighter’s Son Donates to Fire Victims
A week ago, 12-year old Colin Kline was worried that his friend wouldn’t have any gifts for Christmas.
December 18, Colin’s friend Zander and his family were victims of a house fire on North Water Street in Kittanning that destroyed most of their belongings and Christmas gifts.
Colin’s father Earl, 2nd Assistant Chief at Hose Co. #1 and employee at Bradigan’s Incorporated was so proud of his son when he took one of his firefighter boots on his bus to collect donations for the family in need.
Colin’s goodwill spread to Bradigan’s Inc. Operations Manager Andy Bradigan and other employees. The act of kindness was announced at Bradigan’s annual Christmas party and $230.00 was collected, but the giving didn’t stop there. Andy and Paul announced that the company would match that amount making the total $460.00. Colin collected about $50.00 on the bus meaning the Reher family had more than $500.00 to celebrate Christmas with.
“It was just a small way for the company to support Colin and his efforts to raise money for this family.” Andy continued to say, ” This time of year it is all about giving back, and for a 12-year old to want to do this is very, very special, and a great thing he’s doing.”