Local societies are at the heart of the Children of the American Revolution. In South Carolina, we have active societies throughout the state. Use the list below to find out which society or contact us to connect with a society in your area.
Colonel James Williams Society
Colonel Thomas Taylor
Dicey Langston Society
Fort Charlotte Society
Fort Pickens Society
Governor John Rutledge Society
Hilton Head Island Society
Hilton Head Island
Long Bay Society
Martha Bratton Society
McDavid Westmoreland Society
Sergeant William Jasper Society
The Jonathan Adams Society
Will Flint, State President
Theme: Helping our Heroes
Project: Support the non-profit organization, Canine Angels, to rescue dogs from animal shelters and train them to be service dogs for veterans and first responders who have physical disabilities or PTSD.
Erin Jackson, National President
Theme: The Road to Independence
Project: Funding of a new permanent exhibit "The First Oval Office: George Washington's Field Headquarters" as the centerpiece of the Museum of the American Revolution opening in Philadelphia PA in 2017
The Children of the American Revolution (C.A.R.) trains good citizens, develops leaders, and promotes love of the United States of America. South Carolina has local societies throughout the state that promote the projects and theme each year. They are actively involved in community service projects, as well as learn about their American heritage.