November 7, 2011
As a fellow US Army Ranger and West Point graduate, I have had the fortune of knowing and working to support Karl Monger's efforts to assist our veterans' transition from military service to successful civilian careers. Having served 28 years of active duty as an enlisted Soldier, USMA Cadet and commissioned officer, myself, I know from personal experience that such a transition can prove to be quite daunting for some, especially those who have served...and suffered...tours in combat. GallantFew is an outstanding nonprofit organization well worth supporting for it's primary goal is to assist those who've offered significant personal sacrificies on behalf of all of us. RLTW! LTC, US Army (Ret)
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Working with GallantFew to raise funds to assist other service members in need.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
As a small non-profit, the organization is currently doing all it can to obtain funding and generate name recognition, thus, there is nothing of note to change at this time.
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How did you learn about this organization?
Through the US Army Ranger community.
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
General Member of the Public & I am working to assist GallantFew with the raising of funds.