ICT believes as members of the community we have an important role to play in improving the city. We support our community’s philanthropic organizations and encourage our employees to participate in community activities. ICT has the benefit and privilege of working with many charitable organizations each year.
Love Helps is a home-grown Nashville-based non-profit organization founded in 1995. The vision for Love Helps is simple: help children become good citizens by promoting literacy, student achievement, and positive character. The staff and volunteers work to encourage and educate students about the importance of positive character and personal responsibility, both of which serve as the catalyst for future good decision making and responsible behavior in all areas of life. ICT has had the pleasure of being associated with the organization for over 10 years, and we continue to play in the annual softball tournament each summer.
The American Heart Association is working with citizens and leaders, collaborating with neighbors and supporters. They are unraveling complex health issues in Nashville with a powerful combination of groundbreaking research and community leadership. These critical changes improve Nashville for all – moving us closer to a community, and ultimately, a world free of heart disease and stroke. ICT has particpated in the Heart Walk amongst other endeavors.
The ACE Mentor Program of Tennessee introduces high school students throughout Greater Nashville to the excitement, rewards, and diverse careers available in the architectural, construction management, and engineering professions. We are honored to mentor these students to appreciate these fields from the engineering perspective.
ICT proudly participates in Gingertown, hosted by ESa, which is a one-of-a-kind holiday initiative that brings together architects, engineers, and contractors to create a town made completely of candy and gingerbread. The proceeds of this event go to organizations such as the Adventure Science Center, Brookdale Senior Living, Hospital Hospitality House, Monroe Carrell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, The Next Door, and The Ronald McDonal House.