‘Tis the Season! ADAO’s End-of-Year Donation Drive lasts through Dec. 31



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As an independent nonprofit, ADAO is completely dependent on the goodwill of our community and supporters to fund the work we do, from our asbestos awareness efforts to hosting a world renowned annual conference.

All donations are fully tax-deductible. Know that we love monthly recurring donations, but anything that you give will help so much and let us know how much we mean to you. If every one of our thousand of supporters gave $10, our fundraiser we’d far exceed our goal. That’s right — the price of two lattes is all we need. It keeps us going, fighting for a future free of asbestos-caused diseases.



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The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) is the largest independent asbestos victims’ organization in the U.S. It was founded in 2004 to give asbestos victims and concerned citizens a united voice, to raise public awareness about the dangers of asbestos exposure and to work towards a global asbestos ban. ADAO is dedicated to preventing consumer, environmental and occupational asbestos-caused diseases through national and international education, advocacy, and community initiatives. Read more about ADAO and “Who We Are”.

Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization Goals

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Education

Educate the public and medical community about asbestos-related diseases and preventing asbestos exposure. Support research that leads to early detection, prevention and a cure.

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Advocacy

Collaborate with organizations around the world for a global asbestos ban. Raise awareness that asbestos is still legal and lethal in the U.S.

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Community

Unite asbestos victims to Share Their Stories, learn about treatment options, and support each other. Join our ADAO social network community today.

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You are not alone. Join our ADAO “Share Your Story” community about how you or your loved one has been affected by an asbestos-caused disease such as mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis.

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