Illinois Daughters participate in a wide variety of historic preservation projects as it is crucial to saving our history for future generations.Learn More
We are passionate about educating America’s youth and support a variety of different programs, scholarships, contests and awards to help further this goal.Learn More
Love of country was the purpose our ancestors fought for freedom and it is the bond that unites us. Illinois Daughters work to enhance our nation's patriotic appreciation.Learn More
Welcome to the Illinois State Organization website.
We descendants of Revolutionary War patriots have continued to serve this country and society in various ways. During the Spanish American War through the efforts of NSDAR trained women nurses served in the Army and Navy. In World War I, daughters contributed over 94 million dollars. During World War II, the Red Cross utilized our buildings. The many and varied phases of volunteerism are through our national committees. Even in today’s fast world we continue to serve.
In DAR Peace,
Peace and New Life
"Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God forgave you.”
— Ephesians 4:32
Diligent, Attentive, Respectful
“Let There Be Peace on Earth”
State Regent's Projects
Wreaths Across America
State Regent's Program
"My Grandmother's DAR"
With over 100 chapters throughout Illinois, there is probably a DAR chapter near you.Find Out More
An important part of the DAR is promoting education. Each year, Illinois Daughters award college scholarships.Find Out More
Wherever you are in your genealogical process, we are here to help, from online databases to local workshops.Find Out More
Illinois daughters contribute time and money to restore and maintain historic sites across our great state.
Illinois DAR Legacy
Please enjoy this video highlighting our Illinois Legacy of Leadership.