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Following our blog provides a great way of staying up to date on all past, present, and upcoming events at the Wyoming Food for Thought Project. You will be the first to know if there are any job openings or committee positions, what the Item of the Month is, as well as updates on future programs and more!

You can also sign up to receive the Food for Thought Monthly Newsletter, which will provide you with upcoming volunteer opportunities, updates on our current and new programs and much more right to your mailbox. To sign up for this newsletter, fill out the form at the bottom of our website.

Online Marketplace and Drive-Thru

Welcome to the Food for Thought Market Online Marketplace and Drive-Thru! Shopping Period is open weekly from Friday at 5pm till Wednesday at 5pm Drive-Thru takes every Friday from 2pm - 5pm at the Food for Thought Program Center (900 Saint John St. Casper, WY 82601) Deliveries are available by Windy City Delivery and Lickety-Split. Getting Started 1. Starting at 5pm on Friday, create an account or sign-in to shop for local goods: https://bit.ly/3cXIpmF 2. Once you have finished shopping, complete your order by entering your credit card info to confirm and process your transaction. 3. Be sure to shop before 5pm on Wednesday when the Online Marketplace closes. 4. Drive-Thru Pick up: Come to

Local Food Guide

Food is flying off the shelves at grocery stores right now, literally. If you've been to the grocery store recently, you'll know what I'm talking about. In this time of uncertainty, people are buying everything within sight to create a sense of control in their lives, leaving many others without basic essentials and staples they need to make it through today, let alone the weeks to come. That's why we wanted to share this resource with you - to outline all of the local products available to you RIGHT NOW. Producers are hurting, too. With the cancellation of the Winter Makers Market and many other events, vendors have little to no outlet to selling their products (aside from attempting self-p

April 2020 Item of the Month

Wyoming Food for Thought Project provides a year-round weekend food bag program to food insecure children throughout Natrona County and Glenrock. This includes the average two-day weekends, as well as extended holiday breaks such as Thanksgiving, Christmas and Spring break. During 2019, we provided over 289,000 meals to food insecure children! The Item of the Month for April is Granola Bars, but this month we are doing things a little differently. With the Coronavirus Pandemic in full force, we want to keep our volunteers, donors, employees and children safe, so we ask that people interested in contributing to our weekend food bag program do so from a distance via a mailed check to 900 Saint

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Casper, WY 82601

307.337.1703

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