The National Society of the Children of the American Revolution, founded in 1895, is the oldest patriotic youth organization in our country. Membership is open to descendants of patriots of the American Revolution.

The North Carolina Society was organized on March 8, 1938. There are twenty two local societies and three organizing societies across North Carolina where members gain invaluable leadership experience in conducting meetings, following parliamentary procedures and observing protocol, serving as delegates and speaking before groups at local, state and national conferences. Members also participate in community activities and promote the history of our country.

Explore our website to learn about the North Carolina Society of the Children of the American Revolution.  Join us at an event and learn more about the N.C.S.C.A.R.

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About the North Caolina Society

The C.A.R. trains good citizens, develops leaders and promotes love of the United States of America and its heritage among young people.

2017-2018 State President’s Project

Learn about Megan Benedict’s 2017-2018 State President’s Project.

Local Societies in North Carolina

There are 22 local societies across North Carolina where members support their community.


The Tarheel Tattler

The Tarheel Tattler is published quarterly and reports on the members and activities of the North Carolina Society.

How To Join

Membership is open to anyone under the age of twenty-two years who is descended from someone who rendered material aid to the cause of American Independence.