National Endowment Fund

In 1958 the Senior National Board of Management established the National Endowment Fund of the Children of the American Revolution. The Endowment Fund Advisory Committee is responsible for making plans and setting forth a program to increase the National Endowment Fund.

The income of the National Endowment Fund may be used for the general needs and promotion of the work of the N.S.C.A.R. Individuals or societies make donations to the National Endowment Fund by cash, stocks, or bequests in wills. All principal of the fund is held in perpetuity and invested. The Endowment Fund Advisory Committee is responsible for proper management of investments of the fund.

The Endowment Fund Pin is a circular, open-centered, gold pin with thirteen stars. It is given to anyone who contributes $100 to the National Endowment Fund or in whose honor $100 has been given. Therefore, any member of C.A.R., DAR, SAR, S.R., or friend may wear an Endowment Fund Pin. This pin denotes the singular honor of one who has helped to assure the perpetuation of the ideals of the N.S.C.A.R.