Members of the Cape May Patriots Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR), are women a lot like you. Our common bond is our lineal descent from Patriots of the American Revolutionary War. Any woman 18 years or older, regardless of race, religion or ethnic background, who can prove this lineage is eligible to join. For more information about membership in this historic and vibrant organization check out Become a Member on the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution website. We will be pleased to assist you with the membership process and help you find ways to document your lineage.
DAR members 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.
Learn more about how DAR members support patriotism.
DAR members are passionate about education through the promotion of the Children of the American Revolution (C.A.R.), DAR Good Citizens, and Junior American Citizens. The National Society DAR and New Jersey State Society DAR also provide scholarships and awards to outstanding students, teachers, and members who work tirelessly to support their local schools. Learn more about how DAR members support education.
DAR members support historic preservation efforts through awards, grants, and contests.
Members participate in various projects to help preserve the cultural heritage of the United States, including preserving documents, buildings, and placing markers at locations of historic significance; most importantly our state house the Isaac Watson House. Learn more about how DAR members support historic preservation.
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The members of the Cape May Patriots Chapter, NSDAR, welcome you to attend our meetings whether you are a visitor or a prospective member.