Posted May 12, 2020

ADAO is thrilled to announce that Omaze, a company that “exists to empower nonprofits to do their world-changing work,” has dedicated a fundraising campaign to raise funds for ADAO. As most of you know, ADAO is a small and independent nonprofit that since 2004 has relied on donations to fund our education, advocacy, and community support efforts.

Omaze is offering one lucky winner the chance to take a 7-day, 6-night trip to Hawaii and bring three guests. You will be flown to Maui, put up in a 4-star hotel, and given a $2,000 spending credit! What could be better to dream about right now than sitting on the beach and watching the sunset with people you love? The lucky winner has until December 31, 2022 to book their trip and redeem their prize, so there is plenty of time to plan ahead. To enter, go to The best part is, every donation supports ADAO’s education, prevention, and policy efforts aimed at banning the use of asbestos. 

While the Omaze campaign will raise funds for ADAO, it will also raise prevention and policy awareness. Each year, 40,000 Americans die from preventable asbestos-caused diseases, yet imports and use.  

Your donations help fuel our efforts to pass the Alan Reinstein Ban Asbestos Now Act and host our 2021 Asbestos Awareness and Prevention Conference.

The deadline to enter is July 28, 2020 at 11:59 pm PST. Again, you then have nearly two years to book your trip and plan your kayak tour, snorkeling adventure, or rejuvenating massage! 

To enter and support ADAO’s work, please go to

Good luck to everyone––thank you for supporting the ban asbestos movement, and working with us to save lives!

Linda Reinstein
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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 on the basic idea that asbestos victims, their families and concerned citizens all deserve a voice. ADAO wanted to not only unite those voices, but amplify them. ADAO works to raise public awareness about the dangers of asbestos, a known carcinogen, as well as prevent consumer, environmental, and occupational exposure and advance policy to ban asbestos in the United States and globally. ADAO remains dedicated to preventing asbestos-caused diseases through education, advocacy and community initiatives. Your donation will help advance these efforts to eliminate deadly asbestos-caused diseases.