Wyoming Food for Thought Project has been hosting an annual Canstruction event in Casper since 2015. Each year, team's sign up to build structures out of cans that will later be used to support our weekend food bag program. Teams can compete in a handful of categories including Best Meal, Best Use of Labels, Structural Ingenuity, People’s Choice, Jurors' Favorite, Honorable Mention, and Most Cans.
Canstruction is a fun and creative way for everyone in the community to get involved in alleviating childhood hunger once and for all. Talk to your friends, classmates, or coworkers about getting a team signed up, and scroll down for information on Canstruction 2017! Big or small, every entry will be accepted and utilized in our weekend food bag program, that provides children in need throughout Natrona County with food over weekends and extended holiday breaks away from school, year-round.
For more information on Canstruction, click here.
"Canstruction® is a unique charity art exhibition and event featuring structures made by teams of volunteers, youth groups and/or Canstruction contractors. Our structures are made entirely out of full cans of food. At the end of our exhibitions or events all food is donated to local hunger relief organizations." - Canstruction Website
The third annual Canstruction Casper event will take place on Saturday, November 11th at the Eastridge Mall to benefit the Wyoming Food for Thought Project!
Teams of all ages can participate. Register now by calling 337.1703 or applying online at
Simply get your team together, start collecting canned goods and brainstorming your can-structure you want to build! Then, on Saturday, November 11th, meet us at the Eastridge Mall to construct your exhibit. Once the can-structures are build, we will have our judges evaluate the structures and hand out awards.