The National Society supports our current soldiers and honors our past soldiers for defending our freedoms.
Members of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution contribute thousands of hours of volunteer time in the nations VA hospitals each year as well as provide support and encouragement to active military personnel through various programs such as DAR Project Patriot.
DAR Project Patriot - this national project supports the wounded active duty military personnel at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center.
Service to Veterans
The DAR Hospital Corps certified 1,081 trained nurses for service during the Spanish-American War. DAR later funded pensions for many of these nurses who did not qualify for government pensions.
DAR members volunteer their time to provide assistance to veterans in both VA hospitals and non-VA facilities and provide more than 55,000 hours of volunteer time to veterans annually.
The National Society DAR is one of the largest groups to serve on the Veterans Affairs Voluntary Service (VAVS) National Advisory Board and Executive Committee.
DAR is proud to be a founding partner of the Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress.
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