The Daughters Online Community is a new place for DAR members to interact, share resources and gather ideas. No matter where you are, you can connect with DAR.
Curious about a specific committee? Wondering how to get more involved? Want to meet Daughters from across the world? The Daughters Online Community is for you.
Make new friends from DAR chapters around the world and connect with committee leadership.
Exchange your best ideas for managing a DAR chapter and achieving our mission of historic preservation, education and patriotism.
Display your Daughters Online Community pride by earning points and badges as you complete your profile, participate in conversations and more.
DAR is a dynamic women’s patriotic service organization.
Explore public events at DAR Headquarters, including the DAR Museum.
Read the latest from the President General and other DAR leaders.
Listen on your podcast app or watch the video version.
Catch up on the latest DAR committee news, ask questions, share your latest chapter accomplishments, build your member profile, and more.
Learn about the multiple scholarships DAR awards each year to students pursuing higher education.
This educational initiative focuses on members of underrepresented groups who supported the cause of the American Revolution.
Our museum collects, preserves, exhibits and interprets the material culture and social history of pre-industrial America.
Our library is home to a specialized collection of American genealogical and historical resources.
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Encompassing an entire city block, the DAR Headquarters is one of the world’s largest buildings of its kind owned and maintained exclusively by women.
1776 D Street NWWashington, D.C. 20006