Perry Mandera Provides a Great Future for Many Generations
Perry Mandera has made it his life work to help the needy and organizations that need donations.
He graduated from a Chicago High School in 1975 and went into the marine corps. While there, he learned to drive a truck after being in the motor pool. He received an honorable discharge.
For a while he worked for other people but eventually created his own business, selling it five years later to work in politics.
After his time as the youngest elected Chicago Committeeman, he got married and started another business that now has annual sales of over two hundred million dollars. The company employs several hundred people with the goal of helping everyone from small companies to Fortune 100 meet their transportation needs.
The company helps Perry Mandera to be able to provide to charities. He started a legitimate 501(c)3 company entitled Custom Care Charities. This charity focuses on helping children and youth organizations, especially for children who were abused and neglected. One of the ways this happens is through sports teams such as Jesse White Tumblers.
The Jesse White Tumblers performs half-time shows for the NBA and NFL. Founded in 1959, their goal is to train the next generation of acrobatic tumblers.
Perry Mandera has also helped victims of natural disasters as well. When Hurricane Katrina happened in 2005, he used his connections to get truckloads of food and water to the stranded people of New Orleans. Likewise in 2013, when a tornado struck Washington, Illinois he was able to help by donating transportation and supplies to families.
In addition to his wife, Perry Mandera has two children who are also involved in sports and raised in a Christian environment. He shows enthusiasm for everything he does and works hard both in his professional and personal life. There are children and people who have him and his organization to thank for being here today. He is providing a great future for many generations to come.