Volunteer with us

Volunteers are vital to the continuance and completion of many, many tasks here at Wyoming Food for Thought Project. From packing weekend food bags, delivering the bags, organizing the food room, and working in the garden, to processing and dehydrating donated goods in the kitchen, every job is important.

We would like to personally thank each and every volunteer who has come through the door. You are getting us one step closer to alleviating hunger within Natrona County with every hour you have dedicated to us. Thank you.

If you have not volunteered with us before, click the link below to create your volunteer login, which grants you access to all of our current volunteer opportunities and upcoming events. This login also allows you to track your volunteer donations, hours, or miles contributed to the Wyoming Food for Thought Project.

If you have volunteered with us before, click the Volunteer Login button below.


Other Ways to Get Involved

We have a few alternative ways of getting involved, in case you may want to be involved, but do not have the time or finances. Scroll through the options below, and see if there is an appropriate fit to what you are most interested in.


Experience Works

We were recently an approved organization for Experience Works, that offers employment and training services through the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) to low-income older workers. Volunteers over 55 years of age are encouraged to apply! You must work 18 hours a week, will receive a biweekly paycheck (and workers compensation, if necessary), and more!


For more information, call Johnathon Schmidt at 307-251-7847.


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Volunteer Forum

Want to ask a group of volunteers about volunteering with us? Maybe you have a gardening question, or could use help building something? Perhaps you have a skill you can offer to our organization.

Consider checking out our Skilled Worker Volunteer Forum, an online community where our volunteers can network and share special skills to help one another thrive. Everyone is welcome to participate.

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