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
There are many avenues to learn more about the DAR and things
that will help to make you a more rounded member.
Resources include Seminars, Webinars, and three NSDAR Member
Courses providing many diverse opportunities to learn more about
your country and the people who live, work, and play here.
Membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution
(DAR) honors and preserves the legacy of your Patriot
Over two hundred and forty 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
October 5, 2019, DAR surpassed a
total of one million members who
have joined the Society since our
founding in 1890.
Among our many volunteer opportunities is to support our homeless veterans and give scholarships to the University of West Georgia and West Georgia Technical College. In addition, the chapter helps support DAR schools, honor those flying our flag, and support the Veterans Park. Recognition is given to Carroll County school history and good citizen winners, and Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) members.
The Constitution of the United States
is not some ancient document from our past. It is a
living document as alive today as it was when it was
first penned. Find out more about this and many other things.
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
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.