CTDAR was organized in 1892 and is part of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. A wide variety of community service volunteer opportunities are easily accessed through local chapters for today's busy women. Whether you have a career, or you are raising a young family, or you are caring for elderly parents, CTDAR offers fun, friendships, and a way to contribute to your nation or community. You can do this from home, even if you only have a little spare time. Through CTDAR women develop new skills and talents and establish new friendships and business connections.
Connecticut Daughters primarily are involved with programs and activities that promote education and patriotism, support veterans, and preserve early American history. Genealogy is also a big favorite, and workshops are always being held. In addition, members provide over 34,000 hours per year in community service above and beyond DAR related activities in Connecticut alone!
By being part of CTDAR, you have an instant network of Daughters all over the country and the world! If you are interested in learning more about CTDAR please email our membership chair or contact your local chapter directly.