Dragon Boat at the Beach is a team of cancer survivors promoting positive, emotional,spiritual and physical well being through the ancient sport of Dragon Boat Racing. 

By celebrating each victory, we “awake the dragon within”
with encouragement, inspiration, hope, and camaraderie!
Our Mission
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 230
Pawleys Island, SC 29585
Join Us On Facebook
By celebrating each victory, we “awake the dragon within”.
March 8th, 2017 - Press Release, Editorial from Myrtle Beach Online:
Another chance to improve lives along the Grand Strand

Palmetto Giving Day on May 2, a new Grand Strand connection to Give Local America, will raise money for 32 Georgetown County nonprofits. In the past, Georgetown County nonprofits have participated in Lowcountry Giving Day, which is not being done this year.

In 2016, about 24 Georgetown County nonprofits collectively raised $369,000 in the 24-hour online giving event held on the first Tuesday of May.

The 32 participants in Palmetto Giving Day include nonprofits such as A Father’s Place, Brookgreen Gardens and Freedom Readers, which serve Horry and other counties, in addition to Georgetown. Participants include the well-known Miss Ruby’s Kids, Georgetown County Family YMCA, Habitat For Humanity, Helping Hands of Georgetown and Winyah Rivers Foundation.

Other participating nonprofits include the Barnabas Horse Foundation, Dragon Boat at the Beach, Murrells Inlet 2020 and St. Frances Animal Center.

Read the entire Editorial
The support, enthusiasm and fundraising efforts of each paddler, spectator, friend and family are the key in keeping our Boat Afloat. We are a 501(c)3 that strives to help build strength and remind survivors that there is life after cancer. It is through YOU that we are able to provide this service to all cancer survivors. 100% of your donation provides storage, instruction, outreach, insurance and all things boat related.
Doctors save our lives but Dragon Boating saves our spirit.
As a 501(c)3, DBATB relies on the generosity of donors and sponsors to help fund wellness support programs for cancer survivors.