Partner Portal

Hunger Relief Partner Portal

Welcome to the resources section for our Hunger Relief Partners. If you don’t see what you need here, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly.

Interested in becoming a Hunger Relief Partner?

We are proud to team up with a wide range of food pantries and relief organizations, whom we call Hunger Relief Partners, to help give everyone in our communities access to the food and necessities they so deeply need. Currently, we partner with more than 160 operations across Wyoming, helping their budgets go further and ensuring that the good they do is even better together.

Read more about benefits and criteria or, if you’re ready to join, download an application today. We’d love to partner with you.

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Benefits for you, and for those you serve.

Become a Hunger Relief Partner with Food Bank of Wyoming to enjoy benefits like:

  • Up to 8 times the value with your food budget dollars
  • No membership fee
  • Choose the items you want
  • Best quality & variety
  • Produce, bread, & community food drive items at no cost
  • Earn VIP credit for volunteer time at our warehouse
  • Delivery to rural areas

Hunger Relief Partner Requirements

To become a Hunger Relief Partner, your program must meet these criteria:

  • Have 501(c)3 federal nonprofit tax-exempt status, and a copy of your or a parent organization’s 501(c)3 must be attached to your application. (Food Bank of Wyoming provides exceptions for certain religious organizations.)
  • Provide food to people experiencing hunger.
  • Have a Federal Employer Identification Number.
  • Have adequate dry, cooler, and freezer storage to ensure wholesomeness of food until used or redistributed.
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See if your program qualifies:

Eligible Site Requirements:

  • Have 501(c)3 federal nonprofit/public charity status
  • Churches (only) who do not possess a 501(c)3 status, please contact Partner Relations for 14 Point application
  • Have a Federal Employer Identification Number
  • Provide food assistance to the ill, people in need, and/or children
  • Funding resources to cover ASF (Agency Support Fee)
  • Adequate dry, refrigeration and freezer storage space
  • Staffing to perform client intake, and food distribution process
  • Vehicle capacity to pick up product from Food Bank of the Rockies warehouse and transport to organization location
  • Delivery to rural sites available


Client Eligibility Requirements:

  • Wyoming resident
  • Varies by site:  Photo ID, proof of residency, or self-declaration of need 

 

Client Referral:
United Way 2-1-1


Apply for this Program:
Download the Programs Application, complete and email to Food Bank of Wyoming.

Eligible Site Requirements:

  • Organization’s primary mission is serving children (18 years of age or younger)
  • Prefer sites to be located in an area where 50%+ local children are qualified for Free/Reduced Lunch
  • Adequate dry storage
  • Staffing to perform client intake and food distribution process
  • Vehicle capacity to pick up product from Food Bank of the Rockies warehouse and transport to organization location

 

Client Eligibility Requirements:

  • Children 18  years  of age or younger

 

Client Referral:
United Way 2-1-1


Apply for this Program:
Download the Programs Application, complete and email to Food Bank of Wyoming.

Eligible Site Requirements:

  • Majority of your clients are older adults (60+ years of age)
  • Classified as a food pantry & the Emergency Food Assistance Program distribution site (preferred)
  • Adequate dry and refrigeration storage
  • Staffing to perform client certification/intake process and distribution of food boxes
  • Vehicle capacity to pick up product from Food Bank of the Rockies warehouse and transport to organization location
  • Delivery to rural sites available


Client Eligibility Requirements:

  • Be a Wyoming Resident; 60+ years of age
  • Provide proof of ID and address
  • Combined gross income does not exceed 130% of current federal poverty level
  • Homebound clients may receive assistance via direct delivery and/or proxy (having someone pick up on clients’ behalf) – please contact Food Bank of Wyoming staff for more information


Client Referral:
United Way 2-1-1


Apply for this Program:
Download the Programs Application, complete and email to Food Bank of Wyoming.

Eligible Site Requirements:

  • Have 501(c )3 federal nonprofit/public charity status
    Prefer active Food Bank of Wyoming Hunger Relief Partner for a minimum of 6 months
  • Classified as a food pantry and/or soup kitchen
  • Adequate dry, frozen and refrigeration storage
  • Staffing to perform client certification/intake process
  • Vehicle capacity to pick up product from Food Bank of Wyoming warehouse and transport to organization location
  • Delivery to rural sites available


Client Eligibility Requirements:

  • Be a Wyoming resident; provide proof of ID & address
  • Household members must receive some form of public assistance or have a gross monthly
  • Income that does not exceed 185% of current federal poverty level. 
  • See complete eligibility requirements.

 

Client Referral:
United Way 2-1-1


Apply for this Program:
Download the Programs Application, complete and email to Food Bank of Wyoming.

Join us.

To apply to become a Hunger Relief Partner, please download and submit our Programs Application and send to Food Bank of Wyoming or email to Myriam Wolcott.

The application process, which typically takes 6-8 weeks, is outlined below.

  • Application is reviewed and assessed by Food Bank of Wyoming Programs Director and then forwarded to the appropriate Division, based on clientele served.
  • Some service areas may have adequate coverage with existing Hunger Relief Partners. In such case, your application will be placed on a “waitlist” and/or you will be contacted to discuss alternative options to assist the area with hunger-relief.
  • Food Bank of Wyoming may request your organization assist another Hunger Relief Partner in the same area or request your participation in assisting with unserved older adults and children in the area.
  • Food Bank of Wyoming staff will schedule an appointment to visit your organization. This partner review will allow for Food Bank of Wyoming to inspect food storage/food prep areas, offer best practice suggestions on distribution processes, and discuss Food Bank of Wyoming procedures and compliance regulations.
  • Application and completed site visit review forms will be submitted to program managers at Food Bank of Wyoming for partnership approval.

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