Perry Mandera Goes Above and Beyond for Homeless Youth

Perry Mandera founded Custom Cares Charities, a charitable organization which dedicated to the transport industry. His passion is to help other people, and his directives get followed in custom care charities. Perry Madera is an entrepreneur and a caring husband to the wife and his children along with his faithful attendance at his church. He is a proud and avid fan of sports. He is a member of the United States marines corps reserve. He got assigned to the Bloomberg (motor pool) after joining. He learned how to drive trucks as he was playing his role in that company.

He is on the board of directors at Illinois trucking association (ITA). He graduated in 1975 from his high school learning in Chicago. After receiving an honorable discharge, he went back to his civilian life. He has worked for different transport companies since then. In 1980, he began his own business and sold it in 1985. From 1984-1988, he served as Republican ward committeeman for 26th ward in Chicago due to his interest in politics. He was so young when he got elected as a committeeman in the Republican ward.

Perry Mandela believes in giving back to the society, hence has donated substantial millions of money to charitable organizations. He mostly bases his help on organizations that dedicated to helping veterans and the young people in the society. Perry Mandela offers financial support and his time to all organizations passionate about the eradication of cancer. His favorite charitable organizations are Walter & Connie Payton Foundation and Jesse white tumblers. Perry donated over 6,500 winter coats for underprivileged children in Chicago.

He has donated much money to transportation needs. Perry Mandera gives supplies to all the victims negatively affected by California wildfires. He utilizes the custom care charities in granting thousands of dollars to the requirement in festivals like Christmas and Thanksgiving. Illinois transportation association recognized Perry Mandera as “top 100 American transportation executives of the millennium.”