"Formed through service,

building up in love."

Charlotte H. White

State Regent

The Louisiana State Society of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) was founded in 1895, has nearly 3000 members and 41 chapters located throughout the state. We are proud to be part of the NSDAR, which has over 185,000 members across the United States and twelve countries abroad.


Our members are lineal descendants of the men and women patriots who founded this country.  We continue to advance the principles on which our country was founded by volunteer service in:

Historic Preservation, Education, and Patriotism 


The Louisiana State Society upholds the DAR principals by offering scholarships to Louisiana residents who plan to attend state college; provide service for our veterans and support our active duty military; and preserve historical state landmarks. Most all chapters are 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Commemorative partners.  We celebrate Constitution Week activities during September 17-23 by hosting and supporting local school programs and community events. We commemorate the DAR National Day of Service on October 11 every year. 


If you are interested in joining a chapter in your area and want to participate in the many projects of DAR which promote historic preservation, education,  and patriotism, please do not hesitate to contact us!  Visit the LSDAR Chapter Locator page to contact a chapter near you! 

From whom the whole body, joined and held together by every joint with which it is equipped, when each part is working properly, make the body grow so that it builds itself up.

Ephesians 4:16


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Last Updated April 13, 2021

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