About Scarborough DAG

Providing support, information, and advice on a wide range of key disability issues

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Scarborough Disability Action Group (DAG) is a registered charity and was formed in 1989 by local disabled people to provide information and advice on a wide range of key disability issues including welfare benefits, community care, transport, equipment, environmental access and leisure.

We are a user-led organisation that promotes the independence and empowerment of disabled people. Along with its information and advice service, the group offers volunteering opportunities, consultancy about environmental access, disability awareness training. It also runs the ‘Treats’ project which offers free leisure activities for local disabled and disadvantaged people.

The group is responsible for its own fundraising and welcomes donations.

Become a Member

Join DAG for a small annual donation and receive a membership card, newsletter, a vote at our annual general meeting, and many other benefits.

Latest News & Events

Scarborough DAG Community Volunteer Event

Scarborough Disability Action Group (DAG) this year is celebrating its 35th birthday and is also celebrating National Volunteer’s...

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Scarborough Disability Action Group is inviting everyone to come along to its Annual General Meeting on Friday 12th...

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Support us on givto

We were delighted to feature on Givto, a local donations service, in September, and raise vital funds to...

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