Brady Partners with Breast Cancer Awareness Organization, Earlier.org
Focused solely on the earlier detection of breast cancer
Did you know that there are over 3.8 million breast cancer survivors in the United States?
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer. According to the World Health Organization, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide, claiming the lives of hundreds of thousands of women each year.
This year, Brady has partnered with Greensboro non-profit, Earlier.org, in support of their mission. Earlier.org is the “nation’s only breast cancer charity focused exclusively on supporting research for new discoveries of an innovative biological test to detect breast cancer earlier.” Brady has served as both a sponsor and participant for the organization’s events this year. Brady associates participated in both the Sherlock 5K and Teeing off for Ta-Tas fundraiser events, with more to come. We are proud of our Associate’s commitment to our community and supporting this worthy cause.
“We are so grateful for your interest, support and recognition of the impact that research can make for this critical component for changing the picture of breast cancer!!!” – states Earlier.org founder Martha Kaley
Brady, the expert in providing commercial building solutions, announces their partnership with Mainstream, a leader in the market for engineered fluid and air equipment.
When you understand temperature and can sense something like occupancy, and your HVAC equipment and lighting system (if integrated) can take action to adjust and run more efficiently for the building’s needs. If IAQ is a concern in your building, sensors can help to detect variables like humidity to adjust how much outside air is needed in the space to increase comfort without sacrificing efficiency.
School leaders across the U.S. work to enrich local communities through career and personal development training programs. As COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted our already marginalized communities — both in terms of illness and death, as well as job and wage loss, career-based education accessible to all students has never been more important.