The Scheck Family of Companies has a long-standing tradition of serving and leading in residing communities throughout the United States and in The Bahamas. The contribution of resources from the Scheck Family of Companies into our communities casts a wide net into areas such as underprivileged children, healthcare issues, special needs adults, and environmental conservation.

We are proud of our employees', business associates, and friends’ participation in their communities and the Scheck Family’s charitable endeavors. We consider it an honor to serve our communities and invite you to learn about the Scheck’s community efforts listed below.


Mayor Scheck - 20 Years of Community Leadership

Richard Scheck has not only run a national industrial construction company for the past 26 years, he spent 20 of those years as Mayor of North Riverside, a village with a population of 8000 located west of Chicago where he was the visionary in creating hundreds of programs to benefit local residents.

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Betty Scheck Shuffle –
Over $1.5 Million for Cancer Patients & Programs

The Betty Scheck Shuffle is named in memory of the late Betty Scheck who lost her life to cancer in 1997. Betty was very active in the North Riverside Community and her positive attitude and involvement in the crusade against cancer as a volunteer with the American Cancer Society touched many lives.

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Seguin Services -
$1.6 Million Building to become Betty Scheck Senior Center

Seguin Services is a not-for-profit agency that offers programs that enable children and adults with disabilities from around the country to fulfill their dreams of happiness, productivity and independence. Each holiday season for nearly 2 decades Richard Scheck provided personal gifts to more than 300 individuals served by Seguin and recently the family donated a building to the organization, which will be utilized as a Senior Center.

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Ed Scheck Golf Tournament –
Raising funds for those with Heart Conditions

Ed Scheck was a proud member of Pipe Fitters Local Union 597 and was regarded by many in the Scheck organization as one of the most hard working and fun loving project managers in the industry. This annual golf tournament was created to remember Eddie and to make a difference in others who are living with heart conditions.

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Black & White Ball - Community support to find a cure

The Black & White Ball is one of the premier black-tie events in suburban Chicago with more than 400 attendees, including corporate sponsors, business and philanthropic leaders, underwriters and distinguished guests. Rick Scheck served as the Mission Chairman for the inaugural event in 2009 as well as part of the leadership committee, which helped raise over $450,000 in 2010.

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AVON Walk for Breast Cancer - "In It to End It" - Chicago Raises $7.7 Million to Fight Breast Cancer

“Being able to spend two days walking with some of your dearest friends, all the while helping the city’s breast cancer community gain momentum and take one step closer to a cure was very special for me,” said Megan Scheck.

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Hephzibah Children’s Home

The Scheck family is very proud to be a supporter of the Hephzibah Home for the past seven years. At Hephzibah, our home is the space where our children heal and grow. It is the space that holds their hopes, their fears and their yearnings. It is the sounds of their laughter, their cries and their footsteps.

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Environmental Sustainability

The Scheck families underlying principle in all of the communities in which it operates is sustainability, ecological, and cultural preservation. As such the family began to partner with pre-eminent conservationists and organizations ensuring the land is left to the future in a better state than when we discovered it.

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Toys for Tots

For the past 10 years The Scheck family and employees helped to make underprivileged children’s holidays a little more special by donating over 1500 presents for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots Program.

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"Your organization's involvement as the General Contractor made a significant impact on the success of the project."

Keith A. Martens
Kraft General Foods

"All of this has been possible because of you. Your support and involvement in what has been done on the project produced this success and you should be proud."

Tony Barger
Leigh Dobbin
Art Oswald