Perry Mandera is the founder and the Chief Executive Officer of the Custom Care Charities Inc located in Northlake, Illinois. All through Perry’s entire life, he has been very compassionate about his society and giving back to the community is his priority number one. He is committed to extending a helping hand to the less fortunate and strongly dedicated to his church and family.
Perry Mandera went to Chicago public high school where he graduated back in the year 1975. Promptly after high school, Perry joined the U.S Marine Corps Reserves where at a certain point he was assigned the role of a truck driver. The experience there doubled his interest to involve himself with the transport industry.
Mandera was later honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corps and went back to a normal civilian life. His newly acquired free time made it possible for him to fulfill his desire to work in the transportation industry. Perry worked with several transportation companies and in the year 1980, when he was 23 years of age, he began his own company which he ran for 5 good years before selling it in 1985.
Perry Mandera was also interested in politics and as a go getter, he was elected as the Republican Ward Committeeman for the 26th ward in Chicago in 1984. As an achievement, he was the youngest person to hold such an elective position. After politics, that’s when Perry founded the Custom Companies which have continuously grown since the beginning. This is a business venture that has defined Mandera’s life and the lives of many others, and it will continue to do so in the feature as it meets the needs of many different organizations (https://www.insidephilanthropy.com/home/2018/3/25/meet-perry-mandera-an-intriguing-chicago-philanthropist-youll-definitely-want-to-know).
In his charitable efforts, Perry has given first priority to organizations that support children and also individuals who have worked in the military. He is also in the front line in the fight against cancer. He has given continuous donations to organization such as Connie Payton Foundation and the Jesse White Tumblers. It is beyond human doubt that as long as Custom Companies develop, Perry Mandera’s impact will always be felt in the United States.