Welcome to the Washington Crossing Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR). Established in 1992, the Washington Crossing Chapter, NSDAR, has a long history of serving our community to promote historic preservation, education, and patriotism.
TODAY'S DAR is your mother, your daughter, your grandmother, your friend, your colleague … DAR is you!
DAR members participate in many projects to preserve cultural heritage, including restoring historical sites, marking American Revolutionary War Patriot gravesites, and placing monuments around the world to memorialize people and events throughout American history.
The DAR promotes education through the DAR Good Citizens and Junior American Citizens programs, the provision of scholarships and awards to outstanding students, and the support of six schools through chapter and member donations.
DAR members’ love of country is evident in the many endeavors we pursue: Operation Troop Appreciation, Service Dogs for Veterans, participating in Memorial Day celebrations, and collecting the stories of our American Revolutionary War Patriots to share with others.
Photos provided courtesy of chapter members unless otherwise noted.