DAR America 250 Revolutionary War Patriots Marker - Battle of Assunpink Creek at Mill Hill Park - Trenton, New Jersey
Who We Are
The New Jersey State Society DAR is an organization within the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.
The work of the society is carried out by our officers, committees, chapters, and members who volunteer in their local communities and throughout the state.
We are a non-profit, non-political, volunteer women’s service organization that honors and supports our veterans, educators, students, local community volunteers, and groups involved in historic preservation.
Our society is passionate about genealogy and tracing links to our ancestors through research. Members share the bond of having an ancestor who helped contribute to securing the independence of the United States of America. Learn more about DAR members.We are eager to assist you on your way to membership in theDaughters of the American Revolution.
ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS
Outstanding New Jersey students are recognized with awards and DAR scholarships for academic excellence, good citizenship, Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) Medals, and knowledge of American History.
Outstanding New Jersey citizens are recognized through Community Service Awards, Outstanding Teacher of American History Award, Americanism awards, and NSDAR Medals of Honor.
Genealogical and historical research is documented and preserved for future generations.
New Jersey Daughters support the recognized DAR Schools as well as their local, community-based schools. Daughters provide tools needed for academic success and give an abundance of their time engaged in literacy programs, one on one tutoring support, and classroom assistance.
New Jersey Daughters support American veterans and active duty military personnel by providing many hours of volunteer service and financial support, along with award-winning handmade quilts. Care packages, phone cards, letters, and cards are sent to servicewomen and servicemen abroad, in support of “DAR Project Patriot.”
New Jersey State Society DAR, headquarters is a treasured home built by Isaac Watson in 1708. Located in Hamilton, New Jersey.
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