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August Item of the Month

Wyoming Food for Thought Project provides a year-round weekend food bag program - just because kids are now out of school, doesn't mean hunger ends. That is why we are promoting a monthly suggested food item to collect, to help with acquiring more bulk amounts of essential items we need. We do, however, accept and greatly appreciate any and all donations that come through the door, and can assure you that your donation will be used locally. August's Item of the Month is Mac n Cheese! Donations can be dropped at any of our Drop Site locations, including: - Dance Evolutions Studio - Keyhole Outdoor Living - Great Harvest Bread Co. - Eastside WAC - Reliant FCU - Mary Ann's Beans - Casper Colleg

Summertime: The livin' is not easy

Summer is the hardest time of the year for low-income families, especially for children that lack access to consistent meals and educational opportunities. Parents have to stretch an already tight budget in order to feed their children. Most of the time parents are forced to purchase unhealthy food, because cheap food is usually the most unhealthy. Low-income children that do not have access to nutritional meals are at a higher risk for weight gain in the summer months. However, there is relief to be found in the summer feeding program offered by Wyoming Food for Thought Project. This program ensures that children receive free nutritional meals when school is not in session. Our organiza

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Casper, WY 82601


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