There are many avenues to learn more about the DAR and things
that will help to make you a more rounded person.
There are Seminars, Webinars and every year there is a week
long training session with many diverse opportunities to learn
more about your country and the people who live, work and play
Help is available to ascertain if you
are qualified to join the DAR by seeing if you have a patriot
who served during the Revolutionary war in your ancestry.
The constitution of the United States
is not some mouldy document from our long lost past, it is a
living document that is as alive today as it was when it was
first penned. Find out more about this and many other things.
Join The DAR
Contact your local DAR Chapter and ask how you can be a
member of this wonderful organization.
Among our many volunteer opportunities
is to support our homeless veterans, give scholarships to UWG &
WGTC, help support DAR schools, honour those flying our flag,
support the Veterans Park, give recognition to JROTC members,
Carroll school history and good citizen winners.
Any woman is eligible for membership who is at least
eighteen years of age and can prove lineal, blood line
descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American
Baldwin Chapter NSDAR
Membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution
(DAR) honours and preserves the legacy of your Patriot
Over two hundred years ago, American patriots
fought and sacrificed for the freedoms we enjoy today.
As a member of DAR, through participation in the
Society's various programs and activities, you can
continue this legacy by actively supporting historic
preservation, promotion of education, and patriotic
The National Society Daughters of the
American Revolution was founded in 1890 to promote historic
preservation, education and patriotism. Its members are
descended from the patriots who won American independence during
the Revolutionary War. With more than 185,000 members in
approximately 3,000 chapters worldwide, DAR is one of the
world's largest and most active service organizations. To learn
more about the work of today's DAR, visit
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution