Rhode Island DAR has eight chapters spread across the state. There is no requirement to join the chapter near your home; some people chose a chapter near their work, one that meets on the day that fits their schedule and some chose the chapter closer to their family and friends. Each chapter focuses resources on different community projects. The chapters hold meetings with varied programs; they also often combine events. With each chapter having its own personality, finding the right chapter can be a fun process, and in the smallest state, it is easy!
The Bristol Chapter, NSDAR, (1891) serves much of the East Bay including Bristol, Warren, East Providence, Seekonk, Tiverton and Portsmouth.
The Pawtucket Chapter, NSDAR, (1892) serves Pawtucket, Central Falls, Lincoln, and North Providence.
The Narragansett-Cooke-Gaspee Chapter, NSDAR, (1895) serves the communities of North Kingstown, South Kingstown, and Narragansett.
The General Nathanael Greene-Pettaquamscutt Chapter, NSDAR, (1895) serves the communities of East Greenwich, Warwick, Coventry, West Greenwich, Exeter and West Warwick.
The Aquidneck Island Chapter, NSDAR, (1896) serves the communities of Newport, Jamestown and Portsmouth.
The Phebe Greene Ward Chapter, NSDAR, (1896) serves the communities of Westerly, Charlestown, Hopkinton and Richmond.
The Rhode Island Independence Chapter, NSDAR, (1910) serves the communities of Providence, Cranston, East Providence, North Providence and Johnston.
The Beacon Pole Hill Chapter, NSDAR, (1932) serves the communities of Smithfield, Lincoln, Cumberland, Woonsocket, Foster, Glocester, North Smithfield, Burrillville and Johnston.