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Programs & Resources

Wyoming Food for Thought Project provides many different programs and resources to help fill gaps in the hunger safety net within our community. Our Program Center hosts a year-round weekend food bag program, we are also a Summer Feeding Site and provide free or "give as you can" community dinners, as well as offer cooking classes and workshops. 

For more information on everything we offer at the Food for Thought Program Center, scroll through and click the links below.

Food Bags
Weekend Food Bags
Weekend Food Bag Program

The main reason why Wyoming Food for Thought Project was formed, was because of our weekend food bag program. When the program launched in 2012, it was only a school-year program, that fed 160 each week from elementary schools around Natrona County. The following year, junior high and high schools were added, and the program was extended to a year-round program, with partnerships with the Boys and Girls Clubs, the YMCA, and the Rec Center through the summer months.

For more information on this program, or how you can get involved, click the link below.

Summer Feeding
Summer Feeding Site
Service Learning Program

We provide service learning opportunities for all ages.

- Community Service

-Youth Diversion

-Volunteer hours for students

- Corporate events for volunteer hours

and more.

Community Dinners
Community Dinner
Community Dinners

Wyoming Food for Thought Project hosts a variety of different community dinners, from our annual Localicious event, to community round table dinners, free or "give as you can" community dinners, local celebration dinners and more. And so many wonderful things have come from these community dinners - we have fed two people, and have also fed 200 people. We have met our neighbors and networked. We have brainstormed ways we can be doing better, and have also celebrated all that we have accomplished. We have met new friends and formed new bonds, and we have done all of this with people like you. Everyone is invited to our community dinners, so come and join us.

Tool Library
Tool Library
Tool Library

Wyoming Food for Thought Project is planning on implementing a Tool Library at our Program Center! Just as a public library or the Seed Library, a tool-lending library has a large collection of tools – gardening tools, woodworking tools, home repair tools, and more. Once you join a tool library, you can simply check out any of these tools whenever necessary. 

Tool library's have many benefits, which includes:

  • Saving money

  • Saving space

  • Sharing knowledge

  • Protecting the environment

  • Building community

Little Free Pantry
Little Free Pantry
Little Free Pantry

"The Little Free Pantry is a grassroots, crowd-sourced solution to immediate and local need. Whether a need for food or a need to give, the Little Free Pantry facilitates neighbors helping neighbors, building community."

We are now set up with our own Little Free Pantry at the Free Store. Through this vessel, we aim to provide a no-questions-asked, dignified, and confidential way of getting what you need, when you need it. 

If you would like more information on the Little Free Pantry, or would like to contribute to ours, click the links below.

Little Free Library
Little Free Library
Little Free Library

Little Free Library, "inspires a love of reading, builds community, and sparks creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges around the world. Through Little Free Libraries, millions of books are exchanged each year, profoundly increasing access to books for readers of all ages and backgrounds."

We are currently in the process of building and installing a Little Free Library at our Program Center. 

If you would like more information on the Little Free Library, click the links below, and stay tuned for updates on our Little Free Library.

Food Rescue
Food Rescue
Food Rescue

Wyoming Food for Thought Project began rescuing food from Sodexo at Casper College in Summer 2015, that would normally have gone to waste. We then came across a national organization called The Campus Kitchens Project, and in partnership with Casper College, were approved to implement this program at Casper College in the Fall of 2016.

The Campus Kitchens Project now rescues food from Sodexo, packs them into TV-style dinners, and distributes them through various organizations in Casper, and what they can't take, comes to us. 

We would love to expand our food rescue efforts to other restaurants throughout Casper. If you or someone you know would be interested in partnering with us, get a hold of us through the link below.

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