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  1. How do I get transportation from STC?
    Check Here to see if STC serves your community and contact your local Department on Aging. If you’re still not sure, call STC at 216-265-1489 and the Call Center staff can help you.
  2. How much does a ride cost?
    Your home community pays most of the cost of your trip. Depending on where you live and you’re your destination, you may pay a small fare. Fares are set by your community or nonprofit provider. STC does not set the amount you are charged, but we will confirm it when you book your trip.
  3. Where will STC take me?
    Most communities make medical appointments a top priority, including dialysis, rehabilitation appointments or other treatment. We cannot take you home after surgery or any service where you have had anesthesia. Other popular destinations include senior center activities, shopping and personal appointments.
  4. When can I ride?
    STC is on the road from 7 am until about 4 pm. If have booked your return trip and your appointment is delayed, please call         216-265-1489. We will make sure you get home.
  5. How can my business advertise on an STC vehicle?
    Call Chris Pakiz at 1-216-265-4104 or email cpakiz@ridestc.org
  6. I’d like to make a donation. Who can help?
    STC is a not-for-profit organization and your gift will help keep our fares low. Contact Catherine Ciha at 1-216-265-3008 email cciha@ridestc.org, or donate HERE.
  7. I’d like to work for STC. How can I apply?
    STC has frequent part time openings for drivers. No CDL is required, however we conduct extensive background checks. For more details, see our CAREERS page.
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Celebrating Connections Honors Gerald B. Chattman

STC honored board member Gerald B. Chattman, Esq. at its fourth fundraiser, Celebrating Connections. Jerry was honored for his commitment to coordinated, efficient and affordable transportation for seniors throughout Cuyahoga County. The Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, event at Executive Caterers at Landerhaven featured a silent auction, raffle and dinner to raise funds to buy and maintain STC vehicles. The 200 guests raised enough to buy another fully-accessible bus for STC! His wife Winnie, daughter Elise Dayan and his friends Dale Nowak, Ed Weintraub and Steve Borstein entertained guests with stories about Jerry that highlighted his friendship, devotion to family, and charitable service. Accolades included proclamations from his home city of Pepper Pike. Thank you to our sponsors: Buckingham Doolittle & Burroughs, The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation and Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging. Generous contributors included Ron Braverman, Cleveland Clinic, and Millenia Restaurants. As a partner with Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC, Jerry chairs its Nonprofit & Foundation Practice Group, working on formation, governance, labor and litigation for major nonprofits. His distinguished legal career includes numerous awards for expertise in non-profit, labor relations, business and real estate transactions. Jerry joined the STC board in 2012 and served as treasurer from 2015-2018, guiding STC during its largest growth period since inception. Among other activities and honors, Jerry is President of the National Center for Nonprofit Enterprise. He is a board member for the Rape Crisis Center, Center for Prevention of Domestic Violence and the Cleveland Botanical Gardens. He is Board Vice President and Trustee at The Temple-Tifereth Israel. He has chaired both State of Ohio and Northern Region National Office of Volunteers of the March of Dimes; and is a Past President and a Life Trustee for Bellefaire. Jerry is pictured with his family (from left) Ron Braverman, Elise Dayan, Jerry, Winnie Chattman, Neela and Gregg Chattman.