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Chapter News, Events and Activities

Why We Join DAR
Some of us love helping others and find that DAR offers opportunities for supporting local communities. Others find that DAR is a great way to honor their ancestors and learn more about family history. The DAR is a wonderful place to make new friends and preserve our heritage for future generations.

Heart photo courtesy Puwadon Sang-ngern,


Our Atlanta Chapter, NSDAR, members participate in a multitude of projects to help preserve our cultural heritage.

  • ​Provision of patriotic educational materials and flags to schools or other groups.

  • Promotion of the DAR Youth Citizenship Medal and the DAR Good Citizens award program.

  • Copying thousands of American Revolutionary War and other genealogical records.

  • Support the U.S. Armed Forces personnel by supporting the United Service Organizations (USO) and sending packages to the deployed service personnel.

  • Since 2013, served home-cooked meals to military service personnel through the SHARE military initiative.

  • Support of Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) programs through recognition and scholarships.

  • Contribution of monies and personal time to Veteran-Patient Services.

  • Scholarly pursuit of historical research resulting in published papers.

  • Sponsorship of events to heighten the awareness of Constitution Week.

  • Support activities of American History Month.

  • Provision of leadership on both the state and national levels.

Activities section photos courtesy of chapter members.


All are welcome to attend our meetings, even if you are not a member of DAR.


Our meetings are held in the Buckhead area of Atlanta on the second Saturday of each month from September through May at 10:30 a.m. Social time starts at 10 a.m. For specific meeting information, dates, and locations, please e-mail our chapter using our contact form.

Medal photo courtesy of chapter member.

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