How to support the President General's Project

Direct Mail Program: You may make donations to the project through the Direct Mail program to the Spring Address Labels Mailing or the Fall Calendar Mailing.

Donor Pin: If you make a contribution of $100 you will qualify to purchase the Donor Pin from Hamilton Jewelers. (Donor Pins)

Benefactor Pin: If you make a contribution of $1,000 you will receive the Benefactor Pin as a gift.

Donor Wall: The donor wall, located at National Headquarters, is designed each administration to recognize donors who have supported the President General's Project with a minimum one time contribution of $250. The giving levels range from $250 to $10,000. Members may also choose to honor a loved one on the donor wall. Please note that donations must be made specifically toward the donor wall and that only one time donations qualify the donor for a plaque. Please contact the Development Associate at (202) 879-3285 about the availability of the nameplates. Click here to view the Preserve the Present, Enhance the Present, Invest in the Future Donor Wall Brochure.

Chapter support: Chapters may support the President General's Project by having each member pay $2 per year for the President General's three-year term; your chapter will then receive a national certificate recognizing 100% participation.

Address Labels: Personalized DAR address labels are available from the Development Department. We ask a minimum donation to the President General’s Project of $5 per sheet of 48 labels with 4 lines, 21 characters allowed per line. You may download the donation form here.

Visit the DAR store to purchase items purchase items to support the President General's Project.

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