GallantFew provides one-on-one transition assistance and veteran support to any service member or veteran seeking guidance along their transition from the military and reintegration into American society. The ultimate objective: a life full of hope and purpose.
We motivate communities all over the nation to take responsibility for veterans returning; welcoming, connecting, and including.
GallantFew was founded by veterans for veterans.
“A nation is judged by how well it treats its veterans”
The GallantFew STAR (Self Training And Response-ability) Program is the method by which GallantFew provides one-on-one mentorship to veterans. The Program encompasses mentorship in the main fitness areas of transition: emotional, spiritual, physical, professional, and social. Objectives within each fitness area are:
- Emotional. A personal growth mindset with a sound emotional state.
- Physical. Healthy and fit lifestyle.
- Spiritual: A life of purpose and direction.
- Professional. A fulfilling career, education, and financial growth.
- Social. Integration and leadership in civilian communities.
The end state: a life full of hope and purpose.
GallantFew was born out of necessity. No government program exists to provide one-on-one transition and reintegration support and counseling to America’s military. Conceived by Karl Monger, a Ranger veteran, GallantFew serves in an effort to make connections and provide hope and purpose. Experiencing his own difficult transition to civilian life and seeing others face the same challenges, he saw a need to make change in the way our military members transition.
What began as a small group of Army Ranger veterans connecting and supporting fellow Rangers over a cup of coffee grew into the bustling organization GallantFew is today, more than a decade later. We maintain our Ranger roots of Leading The Way in all that we do. What was once a small group of men connecting Ranger veterans in their local community expanded to GallantFew today, which serves all branches, all eras, and all veterans.
The mission remains the same: help our military community establish a life of hope and purpose as they enter the next chapter of their lives. Our resources have expanded, our team has multiplied, and our impact has grown exponentially. We serve all members of the military community, but we will never forget our Ranger roots.