Gallantfew Inc

Rating: 5 stars   32 reviews


PO Box 1157 Roanoke TX 76262 USA


GallantFew will reduce veteran unemployment, homelessness and suicides through a unique system of one-on-one home-town mentoring by veterans for new veterans.


GallantFew has been a 501(c)3 since July 2010 and has provided services to more than 200 veterans since founding.

Target demographics:

reduce veteran unemployment, homelessness and suicide.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

Approximately 250

Geographic areas served:

every community in the USA


One-on-One Veteran Mentoring; Descendants of Sparta anti-suicide campaign; SDVOSB Coaching; Law Enforcement Training and Education; The New American Veteran BlogTalkRadio awareness and outreach

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Rating: 5 stars  

In my experience I have not come across a non-profit quite like the Gallant Few. Truly unique in it's approach with a more holistic healing process for the transitioning soldier to veteran status.

Special Operators take heed as when you really need a helping hand, the Gallant Few will be there. I have seen this in big and small actions by the cadre of dedicated volunteers along with Karl Monger it's founder. The man exudes positivity and a can do attitude.

I have been fortunate in life to have supported other charities like the MDA and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, setup fundraisers for other local charities and advised non-profits such as Cradles to Crayons and The Jackson Laboratory. Nothing has gotten me as excited as what the Gallant Few is doing and all it's future potential.

Real differences, one soldier at a time.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

Their ability to provide excellent connections and information for soldiers leaving the military and not knowing where to go or what to do. Provide support to veterans who for a multitude of reasons, hit a hard patch in life.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Ask for more help. And get as vocal as possible as often as possible.

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