Join with 175,000 fellow members to meet the goal of investing a collective million hours of community service during each of the three years of the Young Administration! In striving for this goal, members will demonstrate the positive volunteer opportunities associated with DAR membership to current and prospective members; further engage in meaningful service work within the Society’s mission areas; and discover the rewards that come from volunteerism. As members come together in this service challenge it will enhance the public’s appreciation for the vibrancy of "Today’s DAR," as well as quantify and describe the dynamic, relevant nature of DAR service work in order to attract prospective members.
The DAR Special Projects Grant Program provides financial support to projects in local communities that exemplify the mission of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) to promote historic preservation, education and patriotism. To accomplish this, NSDAR will make grants available to fund initiatives in these three mission areas.