Thanks to Our Corporate Supporters
Food Bank of Wyoming is grateful for the partnerships of local businesses and corporations around Wyoming. Financial contributions from local businesses and corporations help support Food Bank of Wyoming’s ongoing mission to nourish Wyoming communities facing hunger.
These partners not only provide financial resources, but with people power. We are grateful for the many volunteer hours local businesses and corporations provide to ensure that each donation has a maximum impact to our neighbors in the community.
Last year, Food Bank of Wyoming provided more than 7 million meals to Wyoming neighbors. With more than 150 Hunger Relief Partners, 19 Rural Mobile Pantries, Totes of Hope, and Evergreen boxes for older adults, Food Bank of Wyoming has many opportunities for corporations to fight hunger and feed hope.
We invite your company to find out more about how to support Food Bank of Wyoming and our many hunger relief initiatives in the state of Wyoming.
If your company is interested in making a financial gift while gaining visibility, engaging with your community and or treating employees to a fun outing, we invite you to become a partner with Food Bank of Wyoming.
Find out more by contacting: Danica Sveda 307.232.4004 or email@example.com
Be Part of Our First Corporate Challenge
This is a friendly, three-month competition among corporations and groups, which aims to boost employee engagement and morale while educating your employees about local hunger and poverty issues through direct involvement and impact. Learn more.
Whether your company is large or small, the Food Bank welcomes your group to volunteer. Bring your employees to help make a difference in the lives of neighbors across Wyoming. Volunteering is a great way to build morale and help others.
Find out ways you can volunteer in your community and see if your corporation matches funds for your volunteer hours. Contact Shelly Swierkowski at 307.232.4008 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Nourishing Neighbors Through the Power of Community
BluEarth Renewables is a developer, owner, and operator of wind, hydro, and solar facilities located throughout North America. Often, these projects are located near smaller towns like Rock River, and BluEarth Renewables places an emphasis on finding ways to strengthen the communities they’re in.
In addition to making regular donations to Food Bank of Wyoming, the company ramped up their support this year and, in partnership with Clearway Energy, sponsored the mobile pantry in Rock River for six months.