Food for Thought Program Center

Wyoming Food for Thought Project's Program Center has created a safe, community gathering space that offers a variety of beneficial programs and resources to anyone who needs them. We work round the clock to continually cultivate and expand these programs, to fit the needs of our community. From our year-round weekend food bag program, to community dinners, Summer Feeding and more, there is nearly something for anyone who walks through our door.

Scroll down to check out all of the ways you can get involved, as well as the Programs and resources we offer at our Program Center. Volunteer opportunities are always available, and donations are graciously accepted.

Make a Donation

Host a Fundraiser

Donation Drop Sites



Weekend Food Bag Program

Summer Feeding Sites

Community Dinners

Tool Library

Little Free Pantry

Little Free Library

Pantry Boxes

Food Rescue

Rental Space

Free Store


We had over 400 volunteers contribute their time and energy to us in 2017. 

Wyoming Food for Thought Project rescued 12,323 pounds of food from businesses and restaurants in 2017.

We provided over 243,000 meals through our weekend food bag program to food insecure children throughout Natrona County in 2017.

2017 Program Center Impact

Wyoming Food for Thought Project made a huge impact on our community in 2017! Not only did we install our first Little Free Pantry that is used almost every single day, but we also provided 3,389 snacks and lunches through five different Summer Feeding Site locations every weekday throughout the summer. We held free community dinners once a month, hosted various workshops and hosted weekly service learning days with the Boys and Girls Clubs. Below we have outlined additional impacts that Wyoming Food for Thought Project made in 2017.