My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Gallantfew Inc, Roanoke, TX, USA
I served with B Co. 1/75 from 1992-1994 while Ranger Karl Monger was the S3/Operations Officer for the 1st Ranger Battalion.
I came across Karl again last year through a mutual friend and when he told me about Gallant Few and it's mission I knew this was something I had to be a part of.
I left active duty rather suddenly after a service-connected injury and although my transition worked out fine I sure could have used Gallant Few and the mentorship that's offered. I'm NOT a combat veteran and I don't face any issues as a result of having served in combat, but I'd do whatever I could for one of my brothers that does.
Serving in the Army is noble and honorable but I've never experienced or witnessed a bond between individuals that may have never even met each other before like I have within the Ranger Regiment community and Gallant Few takes that bond even further.
If my efforts are enough to make a difference in just one Rangers life, than it makes it all worth it.
How did this volunteer experience make you feel?
Exceptional and it's a great challenge to know the more successful I am at what I do for Gallant Few, the greater impact we can all have.
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