Custom Companies and Philanthropy

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The more we give and get concerned about others in the society the more we flourish. This is the case for those individuals who have chosen to help those around them. Moreover, it is more significant for those organizations that are seeking to have a positive impact through their giving as well as charitable initiatives. Custom Companies has been able to be among those organizations that are committed to giving back to the society. Custom Companies is an organization serving in the shipping and logistics industry. The company is well-known for its focus on its clients.

Custom Companies came into existence in 1986 by Perry Mandela. The company was developed as a complete transportation organization that would meet a broad range of needs of the current shipping customer. Though the company started from a humble beginning that included two trucks, it has swiftly expanded since it was established more than 30 years ago. Currently, the equipment holdings of the company are more than 2,000 and keep enlarging to meet the ever-changing demands of its clients.

Since it was established, the company has been committed to making the lives of others better. The company’s efforts to expand its shipping capacity are tireless. In addition to this, the company is ever looking for ways of how it can use its services to better the lives of people living around it. Perry Mandela, the founder of the company, has military and public office roots, and this is what has motivated the company to give out. The company is deeply concerned with the ways it runs its operations, and this has prompted to come up with a separate arm aimed at charitable giving. (weeklyopinion)

The separate arm of the company that is devoted to charities is called Custom Cares. Through Custom Cares, the company has dedicated its efforts on initiatives that promote youth development including athletic pursuits. Up to date, Custom Companies has contributed to causes like The Jesse White Tumblers and The Walter & Connie Payton Foundation. Moreover, these partnerships have led to other efforts intended to help needy children as well as their families like winter coat drives.