Washington Crossing

C.A.R. & JAC

This year's Pennsylvania state project is "A Force on the Move"; this project's goal is to raise funds for the USO and the Oscar Mike foundation in order to help active duty members and veterans to recover mentally and physically from their service . See more info here.

National and State Projects 2019-2020

History of the CAR



In the CAR, we participate in projects to raise money for our society, as well as other charitable organizations. The 2019-2020 National project is "Foundations of Freedom", the goal of which is to raise funds for the reproduction Washington Family Desk at George Washington's childhood home, Ferry Farm. Click here to learn more.


The National Society Children of the American Revolution was founded in 1895. It is the oldest patriotic organization for youths in our country. Any young person under the age of 21 is eligible for membership and can remain a member until their 22nd birthday. Prospective members must be lineally descended from a man or woman who, with unfailing loyalty, rendered material aid to the cause of American independence as a soldier, sailor, civil officer, or recognized patriot in one of the several colonies or states, or of the United States.

Visit the CAR website here.

Our History

About C.A.R.

The Washington Crossing Society, C.A.R is sponsored by the Washington Crossing Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Originally organized in 1960 as Washington's Crossing Society headquartered in Levittown, PA, our chapter was reorganized in April 2004 as Washington Crossing Society headquartered in Washington Crossing, PA. Our membership has grown rapidly and is continuing to grow. All members, regardless of age, are included in our yearly programs. Those living out of town are kept informed and encouraged to participate. 


Visit the Washington Crossing DAR website here.