I have had the honor of rallying Motorcyclist to ride for Gallantfew. In 2012 we raised 1500.00 for Gallantfew. In 2013 we, with the help of Gallantfew, we were able to help a service disabled combat veteran start his own photography business. Gallantfew and Operation Roll Out donated $3000.00 to help this veteran with his dream. Major Karl Monger (U.S. Army Ranger Retired) is truly passionate about our veterans. I am honored to call him my friend and will continue my support for his work for Gallantfew.
GallantFew is an amazing organization that helps vets by tackling the tough issues and truly caring for our vets. My step-brother, CPL Matthew Commons, was killed in action and I believe so much in this organization that I fundraise for them through my running in honor of my step-brother. I know that my step-brother would be proud that another Ranger is receiving help because the money donated in his name. While there are many charities that help our vets, I believe that GallantFew makes the biggest difference in the lives of those they serve.
GALLANTFEW is an outstanding non-profit that has measurably helped the lives of our veterans that want to find a job. GALLNAT FEW has put in contact a number of veterans that were realyed to me and then passed on to interested employers in the DC area.
They have taken a simple idea, that has become complex and made it work. The network overall has been uplifting not only for myself, but others that I see. Mentoring younger Rangers and others in the SOF community, Karl has helped them get jobs, start a business, connect old friends, helped some navigate the very confusing VA system and kept the proud tradition of taking care of those who have borne the brunt of war.