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 and transport. It is 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. The group 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.It has been awarded the Duke of York Community Initiative Award for its services in 2018 to local disabled people and their families.