Theme: Florida Sailing into the Future
Welcome to the official website of the Florida State Society Daughters of the American Revolution!
The Daughters of the American Revolution is a non-profit, non-political women’s service organization with over 175,000 members residing around the world with a proven descent from a man or woman who aided the cause of liberty for what would become the United States of America.
Clarissa Coventry Ambler, the first State Regent of the Florida State Society, was appointed to this office on March 12, 1894. Approaching our 122nd anniversary, we have over 10,000 members in 104 chapters located throughout our state.
The Florida Daughters are focused on fulfilling the National Society’s objectives to promote historic preservation, education and patriotism within our communities; and to recognize those who exemplify the same spirit of service. Members focus on activities and committees which best utilize their talents in service to our organization; which, in turn, forms lasting bonds of friendship.
We invite you to inquire about the Daughters of the American Revolution or becoming a DAR member by contacting a chapter in your area.
Virginia “Ginger” Poffenberger
Florida State Regent