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COVID-19 is receiving considerable media attention at this time. It is imperative that we as a community stay informed and prepared to respond to inquiries from concerned citizens and travelers. Read More

Building community awareness

Myrtle Beach Area Nonprofit Organizations

There has never been a better time to make a difference in our community. Please take a minute and see how you can help our local nonprofit agencies.

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NONPROFIT FUNDRAISERS

Are you a Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce nonprofit investor holding a fundraising event? We'd like to help promote your event on MBACC’s web calendar. 

Submit Nonprofit Fundraising Events


Advertising

To assist charitable organizations in spreading the word of their goodwill, MBACC offers charitable organizations who are investors of Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce a 50 percent discount on all advertising opportunities (excluding CVB options; some restrictions may apply): Grand Strander, Grand Strander Express E-newsletter, Member-to-Member Emails, Membership Mailing List,  Enhanced Business Directory Link, and MyrtleBeachAreaChamber.com Display Ads. Contact Pam Wright, sales manager, at 843-916-7220 or Pam.Wright@VisitMyrtleBeach.com.

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Nonprofit Resources

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PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS IN A POWERFUL WAY!

Sponsorship provides our investors the opportunity for recognition and publicity. For some events, sponsorship will also include tickets to the event, the opportunity to speak to attendees or to distribute promotional items. Check out the Investment and Sponsorship Program and stretch your marketing budget. 

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April 8, 2020

Ways to Help

These organizations are helping in the COVID-19 relief and need your help with food and financial donations. Investors also are offering services to keep Myrtle Beach Strong.

April 8, 2020

Restaurants Offering Curbside Pickup, Takeout, Delivery

Restaurants are providing takeout, delivery and curbside pickup during the coronavirus outbreak.