NBAA surveys mean donation for cancer research by, an Augusta-based provider of aftermarket parts and services, has made a donation to combat cancer based on the number of people who visited its exhibit and filled out surveys at the National Business Aviation Association’s convention in October.

The survey was focused on parts distribution and build-to-print manufacturing capabilities.

The company made a donation for each completed survey.

The donation, which totaled $12,800, was given to the Edith Sanford Breast Cancer Foundation.

It’s a cause that hits close to home, said Malissa Nesmith, chief operating officer. A member of the company’s family has been affected by cancer.

The mission of the Edith Sanford Breast Cancer Foundation is to unlock each woman’s genetic code, advance prevention and treatment and end breast cancer for future generations., founded in 2003, serves the aviation spares and parts distribution market and operates a repair station and manufacturing service.