The Impact of Hunger on Children
Food insecurity can cause serious issues for kids. Here's what to know and how you can help.
Food Bank of Wyoming provides food and necessities to people in need through signature programs and by teaming up with over 160 Hunger Relief Partners to serve communities across the state. We believe that for a community to thrive, every member must have the resources they need to flourish, and we strive to provide equitable access to proper nourishment for all.
2022 Impact Report
Check out our 2022 Impact Report here.
One dollar helps provide three meals.
Our work of providing food to our neighbors in need is fueled by donations big and small. And because of our network of providers, volunteers, and partners, we’re able to make every dollar go further. Please consider making a gift today to help someone else have a better tomorrow.
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How We Help
While COVID-19 has dramatically impacted every facet of how we serve communities across Wyoming, here’s a quick look at how our overall process functions.
4-STAR RATING: Charity Navigator, 11 years running
$1 HELPS PROVIDE 3 MEALS
3,400+ VOLUNTEERS help sort, box, and distribute food and necessities in a typical year
160+ HUNGER RELIEF PARTNERS service all 23 counties across Wyoming
UP TO 54,000 TOTES are distributed to provide nutritious weekend food to children and their families
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From direct services like Totes for Hope® to teaming up with more than 160 partner organizations across Wyoming, we deliver the food and necessities people need through a variety of community-powered programs.
Our Hunger Relief Partners identify areas where more food assistance is needed and distribute fresh and durable food items and necessities to the community through onsite, volunteer-staffed events.
Totes for Hope®
Our popular Totes of Hope® program provides kids with nutritious food for the weekend gap between school days.
Through the USDA Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP), we provide monthly, nutritious food boxes to low-income people at least 60 years of age.
Hunger Relief Partners
We procure and distribute food and essentials to more than 160 partners across Wyoming, who then support their communities directly through mobile pantries and other distribution programs.
we receive goes directly to food distribution, and these programs are only part of our community-supported hunger relief efforts.
You can read about all of our programs here.
Hunger Relief Partners, please access resources here.