Posted on December 7, 2020

The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO), the largest non-profit in the U.S. dedicated to providing asbestos victims and concerned citizens with a united voice, is pleased to share a Year-End Summary of Accomplishments, including our education, advocacy, and community impact in 2020. As a leader in public health advocacy, we are on the front lines working to end the man-made asbestos disaster on many levels.

Every accomplishment ADAO achieved in 2020 was possible because of the generosity of the volunteers, sponsors, and donors who fuel our work and further our cause. The organization’s growth continues to reflect the development and progress made around the world in this issue area. We look forward to continued shared success throughout 2021 and beyond.

2020 Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization Year in Review

2020 Educational Initiatives: In an effort to educate the public about the dangers of asbestos, ADAO successfully:

2020 Advocacy Initiatives: In order to advocate for an international ban on asbestos use, mining, and exportation of this known carcinogen, ADAO:

2020 Community Initiatives: To provide a community of support for those affected by asbestos, ADAO:

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