I am so pleased to announce the launch of the new Members’ Section of the DAR Website, which now completes our project to redesign and upgrade the DAR web presence. You can now find the Members’ Section at www.dar.org/members, but you can also still access the section through the old URL http://members.dar.org as well. I am so proud of the new attractive and unified design of our public site, members’ section, Genealogical Research System, and eMembership.
As many of you know, previously the DAR Public Website and DAR Members’ Website were two completely separate sites. Now all of the content and resources of the...Read More
Have you ever dreamed you could rescue an unwanted dog from a shelter, have it trained, then donate it to a military service member with PTSD or traumatic brain injury? Or perhaps you’ve seen an inner-city school with no resources for a music program but an instructor eager to teach and students excited to learn if only they had instruments. Each time you’ve passed that pre-Revolutionary War church with its badly leaking roof and interior threatened, you may have wondered if there’s a way to save it. DAR Special Projects Grants are the answer! This year DAR has partnered in each of these projects and forty more!...Read More
The DAR Project Patriot Committee supports our active-duty and active Reserve/National Guard military servicemembers. At the National level, the Committee assists wounded military members and their families at military medical centers in Landstuhl, Germany; San Antonio, Texas; and Washington, D.C., through donations to the DAR Project Patriot Fund. Since 2010, the Committee has also focused efforts on supporting military women by sending tailored care packages to those deployed or overseas.
On October 18, 2014, I was privileged to be able to participate in “Valor Run...Read More