Mission: To facilitate a peaceful, successful transition from military service to a civilian life filled with hope and purpose.
Results: GallantFew has been a 501(c)3 since July 2010 and has provided more than 3500 services since founding
Target demographics: reduce veteran unemployment, homelessness and suicide.
Direct beneficiaries per year: By providing 1160 services
Geographic areas served: every community in the USA
Programs: 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
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.