NSCDA Projects

SHARE

PATRIOTIC SERVICE

This project promotes donations to The SHARE Military Initiative at Shepherd Center. It is a comprehensive rehabilitation program that focuses on assessment and treatment for active duty or separated service members who have served in the U.S. military since September 11, 2001 and who are experiencing symptoms of or have a diagnosis of mild to moderate brain injury, or concussions and any co-occurring psychological or behavioral health concerns, including post-traumatic stress.https://www.shepherd.org/patient-programs/care-for-us-service-members/about  For more information regarding these NSCDA projects, please contact Atlanta Town Committee Liaisons, Helen Horton at 404-317-4454, or by email at helenhorton@mindspring.com - or - Joy McCall at 404-451-7292, or by email at joypmccall@yahoo.com

VET DOG

This project raises donations to purchase additional vet dogs to assist wounded veterans. For more information regarding these NSCDA projects, please contact Atlanta Town Committee Liaisons, Helen Horton at 404-317-4454, or by email at helenhorton@mindspring.com - or - Joy McCall at 404-451-7292, or by email at joypmccall@yahoo.com

PATRIOT'S CAMP

During a week in the summer, a group of young students from area schools learn about our nation's early history with emphasis on the founding fathers, their struggles and the ways of colonial life. For more information regarding this NSCDA project, please contact Atlanta Town Committee Board Member, Chrissie Wayt at 404-213-4120, or by email at cwaytgo@att.net

Historic Oakland Foundation

Atlanta Town Committee supports landscaping projects near Women’s Comfort Station. https://oaklandcemetery.com/ For more information regarding this NSCDA project, please contact Atlanta Town Committee Liaison, Kathy Chapman at 404-388-9577, or by email at kathy.chapman@harrynorman.com

Sulgrave Manor

Eighty miles northwest of London lies Sulgrave Manor, the ancestral home of George Washington. Built in 1539, the home/museum, gardens and grounds are open April through October. https://sulgravemanor.org.uk/ For more information regarding our support of this NSCDA project, please contact Atlanta Town Committee Liaison, Terry Vawter at 404-217-5079 , or by email at terryvawter@gmail.com  

Andrew Low House Museum

Andrew Low House Named for the Scottish immigrant and original owner, Andrew Low II, this house museum represents domestic life in the 1850s thriving seaport of Savannah. It is also the former home of Juliette Gordon Low, daughter-in-law of Andrew Low and founder of the Girl Scouts. Our "Lamar Room Fund" supports a bedroom in the home (please see "Dues" tab above for  support/donation). For more information regarding our support of this NSCDA project, please contact Atlanta Town Committee Liaison, Betty Hall at 404-444-2345, or by email at bhall@summercap.com

Gunston Hall

Originally built between 1755 and 1759, Ann and George Mason's 5,500 acres and Georgia-style home of Gunston Hall became a memorial to this Founding Father in 1932. Through the joint efforts of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hertle, the Commonwealth of Virginia and The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America (NSCDA), the once private residence became opened to the public on April 25, 1952. https://gunstonhall.org/learn/george-mason/ For more information regarding our support of this NSCDA project, please contact Atlanta Town Committee Liaison, Mimi Spang at 404-578-3578, or by email at mimispang@comcast.net

Dumbarton House

Constructed in 1798–99, the house was a private residence until The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America (NSCDA) purchased it for its headquarters in 1928 and gave it the name it has today.  For more information regarding our support of this NSCDA project,  please contact Atlanta Town Committee Liaison: Alice Gage 404-683-3144/cell or by email at hughgage@gmail.com https://dumbartonhouse.org/