Community Involvement - Western Fumigation

Community Involvement

The Western Fumigation way.

Here at Western Fumigation, our mission is to keep the people in our area of service safe, healthy, and pest free. Our fumigation services also keep many of the imports and exports that go in and out of the eastern ports safe and healthy. That includes much of the fruit that may be in your refrigerator right now. Because of our involvement in these industries, we take special interest in the people that are behind them. So, we like to get involved to help.

Imogen Foundation

We proudly support the Imogen Foundation program, a non-profit institution founded by Gustavo Yentzen and Marie Bach that seeks to provide opportunities and improve the quality of life to those communities where seasonal workers, harvesters, and packing personnel of the fruit industry in Chile work and live in.

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Seamen’s Center of Wilmington

The Seamen’s Center of Wilmington opened its doors and hearts to mariners arriving in the First State on January 1, 1990. CI provides practical assistance to seafarers including: ship visits, land transport, international telecommunications, social and recreational programs and counseling, and worship.

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Seamen’s Church Institute of Philadelphia and South Jersey

The Center was designed as a non-denominational mission dedicated to offering all seafarers arriving in Delaware a haven from the isolation of life aboard a merchant vessel. Their mission is to serve proactively, without prejudice, the human needs of seafarers and the maritime community of the Delaware River.

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How Can We Help You?

Here at Western Fumigation, we are committed to making a difference, whether it’s through time, money, or being involved in finding newer, more sustainable fumigation treatments. We’re proud of the company we work for and the employees that make it possible.