With less than 1% of our country’s population serving in uniform, the military-civilian divide continues to grow.
Most active duty military families move more in a span of five years than a civilian family moves in a lifetime. Every few years military members and their families say goodbye to their entire lives in order to serve our country with little say in where they will be stationed next. Still, they fully dedicate themselves to serve the mission.
It’s never too late to provide strategic support to those families who are the cornerstone and foundation of the best and brightest fighting force in the world – our military.
Military Quality of Life Consulting, LLC is here to act as the bridge connecting one world to the other. We are honored to lift the voice of our military families to the decision makers and to those who may not understand the military lifestyle. We are available to create strategic avenues to help you, your business, or philanthropic efforts to positively impact the military community.
“C.C. provides strategic planning, guidance and program management to the Association of the United States Army Family Readiness Directorate. She is a joy to work with and is extremely professional, meticulous and a consummate advocate for our Army families.”
“C.C. Gallagher, Founder of Military Quality of Life Consulting, LLC, truly cared about the success of First Guaranty Mortgage Corporation’s support, outreach and commitment to the military community. She facilitated the pairing of FGMC with several strategic military-connected partners and guided our internal initiatives by matching our organization’s common values, priorities and goals, as well as our desired level of involvement to those who serve military members and their families. Her knowledge of the industry and what truly matters when it comes to corporate philanthropic gifting and military talent acquisition development, is unmatched. Her quality of work, level of organization, and expertise genuinely elevated our corporations pledge to supporting the military community and helped us find avenues in which we could enact meaningful change and actions to those who serve our country and their families.”
1.3 Million Active Duty members serve in the four military service branches: Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force
53.5% Active Duty members are married, 6.6% Dual-military marriage
1.7 Million Military Family Members (Including: Spouses, Children and Adult Dependents)
23% Unemployment Rate Among Active Duty Military Spouses
33% of Active Duty Spouses Experienced a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) Move in the Past 12 Months
39.9% Active Duty Members have children