Welcome to the Georgia State Society, DAR!
WELCOME to our beautiful state where over 8,000 Georgia Daughters of the American Revolution are “Anchored in Patriotism, Education, and Historic Preservation”!
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) was founded in 1890 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women’s service organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and securing America’s future through better education for children.
DAR members volunteer millions of service hours annually in their local communities including supporting active duty military personnel and assisting veteran patients, awarding thousands of dollars in scholarships and financial aid each year to students, and supporting schools for under-served children with annual donations exceeding one million dollars. Any woman 18 years or older-regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background-who can prove lineal descent from a Patriot of the American Revolution, is eligible for membership.
Georgia Daughters welcome you to JOIN-DAR! We are eager to help YOU find the Patriot in your family so you may be a part of this 130 year old service organization!
In DAR kindness,
OB McCorkle, State Regent 2020-2022
Theme: “Anchored in Patriotism, Education, and Historic Preservation”
Scripture: “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as though
you are working for the Lord and not men”. Colossians 3:23
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DAR members participate in a wide variety of Historic Preservation projects as it is crucial to saving our history for future generations.
The DAR is passionate about educating America’s youth and supports a variety of different programs, contests and awards to help further this goal.
Georgia State Society Daughters of the American Revolution Receives Statewide Award from Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation
ATLANTA, April 17, 2020— The Georgia State Society Daughters of the American Revolution received a statewide preservation award for Excellence in Stewardship from the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation.
Meadow Garden was built in 1791 as the home of George Walton, one of the youngest signers of the Declaration of Independence. Meadow Garden was built in 1791 as the home of George Walton, one of the youngest signers of the Declaration of Independence. Walton lived there until his death in 1804. In 1899, the Daughters of the American Revolution purchased the property with the intention of protecting and preserving the important historic resource. Over the past century, the Georgia State Society Daughters of the American Revolution has continuously raised money and undertaken preservation and restoration projects to ensure the house remains in excellent repair. In 2018, they engaged Landmark Preservation, LLC to perform a thorough assessment and create a plan for restoration and preservation for Meadow Garden. In 2019,work began on the most significant project—the restoration of the main façade and original front-porch roof line. Deteriorated features from the restoration period were repaired, and where repair was not possible, replacements were crafted using materials and techniques consistent with the period of significance.