DAUGHTERS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY
West Point Chapter
DUSA is a not-for-profit, philanthropic women’s organization, dedicated to serving the West Point community and sharing the ideals of Army values, while inspiring women, preserving Army heritage and encouraging patriotism.
Our goal is to uplift, unite, and support our community by offering service opportunities, educational scholarships, community grants, and free events.
Our rich history was founded at Fort Benning, Georgia, in 1928 by 40 daughters and granddaughters as a way to promote friendships, preserve the traditons and customs of our military heritage, and maintain connections with other Army dependents in military installations around the world.
Nestled in our beautiful scenic Hudson Valley, DUSA West Point conducted its first meeting at West Point in 1948 in a Lusk home across from Michie Stadium and was officially recognized as an approved organization in 1955.
WHO WE ARE
We are an inspirational, diverse, and supportive group of women comprised of civilian and active duty service members who are spouses, daughters, or grand-daughters of active duty or retired service members from the Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force.
We thank our many volunteers, community members, and West Point Cadet families and friends for your continued patronage and support!
We could not exist without you!
DUSA West Point in Action
See what good DUSA is doing! Come join us and make new friends at our next Act of Service or Community Event! We look forward to meeting you!