SCT Connects with Northeast Ohio

We’re proud to be a Cleveland company. Cleveland is a place where dreams are built, where the culture is both brawn and beauty. Like the city we love, SCT isn’t afraid to get its hands dirty and work hard to get the job done. So when we support local causes or sports teams, we’re fully committed. Check out ways we connect to our community.


Cleveland is a baseball town, and there’s nothing better than listening to the Tribe win at Progressive Field. While we love catching a game, SCT cares more about its sponsorship with Cleveland Indians Charities. CIC does wonderful work for the children of greater Cleveland. Partnering with local charities and nonprofit organizations, the CIC creates youth educational and recreational opportunities for area children.

SCT is proud to support The Patch Foundation through our relationship with the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT). Members collect contributions and support local charities. These donations are used to improve education and fight childhood illness, poverty, and homelessness. View the list of organizations supported by The Patch Foundation.

Hard Hatted Women assists women in non-traditional jobs. As a woman-owned business, we know about the obstacles women need to overcome in industries dominated by men. We support women in blue collar industries and believe that women can complete the same tasks as men. By supporting Hard Hatted Women, we help to train and support women in non-traditional jobs that often offer more pay, benefits, and security.

SCT Senior Research and Field Analyst Kelly Baker is a competitive cyclist, riding for the Cleveland-based team SnakeBite Racing. SCT supports employees’ passions for health and safety, and is a proud sponsor of SnakeBite Racing.

The Up Side of Downs is a nonprofit organization that offers support for families coping with Down Syndrome. The organization encourages people with Down Syndrome to pursue their dreams and know they are always accepted and supported within the association.

The Black Shield Police Association was formed as a social club in 1946 at the height of the civil rights movement. As history transformed, the group evolved into a nonprofit organization. The mission of the association is to promote equality, justice, fairness, and effectiveness in law enforcement.

The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United Sates can be traced back to 1899 when veterans relied on local organizations for support. By 1915, the group spread to 5,000 members. Today, over 2 million members are associated with the VFW. Together, they donate 8.6 million hours of community service in the United States. Services include Make a Difference Day, National Volunteer Week, and over $3 million in college scholarships. SCT proudly supports the Grafton VFW. Thank you to all the men and women who have served our nation.  


The Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio is an organization consisting of U.S law enforcement officers. With over 325,000 members, the organization strives to improve the working conditions of law enforcement officers and the safety of the community.

Founded in 1915 in Detroit, Michigan, Kiwanis International has spread to more than 90 nations. The Kiwanis Club of Middleburg Heights meet  twice a month at Del Sangro’s Restaurant on Snow Road. Together, the group works to improve the community and the lives of children. SCT is honored to support such a reputable organization.  


SCT encourages a healthy lifestyle. Included in this is remaining active. We are proud to support local athletics at Notre Dame College. The College has 26 varsity athletic teams, including men’s and women’s bowling, cross country, swimming and diving, and golf. Notre Dame College was founded in 1922 by the Sisters of Notre Dame. Their mission is to educate a diverse population in the liberal arts for personal, professional and global responsibility.