Letter from Endowment Committee: Help NCPMA Reach Its Goal to Help Our Industry

Dear Friends of the Pest Control Industry,

Our industry needs your help!

We urgently seek your support for the North Carolina Pest Management Association (NCPMA) Extension Program Endowment in Honor of Mike Waldvogel. NCPMA has committed to fund the endowment to a level of $400,000 by 2024. This vital cause will further education, research, and support of the Pest Control Industry in North Carolina - OUR industry. 

The structural pest control industry across the United States is facing a significant challenge with the retirement of high-profile figures in the field of urban entomology. This mass exodus of industry experts, who have provided valuable pest identification services, groundbreaking research, and continuing education opportunities, poses a threat to the professionalism and knowledge base of the industry. 

The NCPMA Extension Program Endowment in Honor of Mike Waldvogel is a critical element in addressing these challenges and ensuring the ongoing success and longevity of our industry. 

BUT we need your help and financial support to make this happen. 

Your support is crucial to our efforts to ensure the sustainability of Structural Pest Control research and continued funding for programming in our state. Please consider making a donation of $1,000 or more to help NCPMA fulfill the $400,000 commitment that has been made to the Endowment. 

There are two easy ways to contribute to the endowment.

Follow this linkNCSU Endowment Page


Send a check payable to the NC Agricultural Foundation, Inc. to:

NCPMA Extension Program Endowment in Honor of Mike Waldvogel 

c/o NC Agricultural Foundation, Inc. 

Campus Box 7645 NC State 

Raleigh, NC. 27695-7645

All funds raised for the NCPMA Extension Program Endowment in Honor of Mike Waldvogel are collected and managed by The North Carolina Agricultural Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)3 organization. Tax id 56-6049307. You will receive an official receipt for your donation.

Yours in Pest Control,

Dylan Morrison                                                           Kyle Franklin

NCPMA President                                                      NCPMA Endowment Committee Chair