Daughters of the American Revolution supports six schools for underprivileged youth with annual donations exceeding $1,000,000.00.


Our members donated more than 170,000 hours last year in the promotion of literacy among adults and children.


DAR awards over $150,000.00 in scholarships and financial aid every year.














DAR members provide more than 55,000 hours of volunteer time to veterans annually. We are a founding partner of the Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress and one of the largest groups serving on the Veterans Affairs Voluntary Service Advisory Board and Executive Committee.






The Daughters of the American Revolution provides thousands of American flags and Flag Code booklets to schools, government bodies, civic organizations and new naturalized citizens each year.


DAR's Junior American Citizens committee fosters good citizenship and the study of civics and American History in grades K-12.


Good Citizens Awards are presented to outstanding high school seniors for contributions to their schools and communities; and Good Citizenship Medals are awarded to children in grades 5-11 for service, leadership, and patriotism.






DAR members contribute time and money to restore and maintain historic sites across the country.


$200,000.00 was contributed to the restoration of Independence Hall in Philadelphia and $750,000.00 was contributed to restore the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island in New York City.


The DAR Museum in Washington, D.C. houses over 30,000 historical artifacts, which showcase the fine and decorative arts in America from 1700 to 1850.













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