Food Resources in Wyoming

Below are links to community resources for food in Wyoming. We will be updating this information as often as possible. Check with your CNP educator or contact us if you need help finding resources. 

Albany County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Interfaith Food Pantry– Alternative services are in action, but food and other assistance is still available.

Laramie Soup Kitchen– To-go meals are available. People are invited to come in to get their meals or can ring the doorbell to have a meal brought out. 

Big Horn County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Campbell County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Carbon County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Converse County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Crook County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Fremont County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Lander Care & Share Food Bank

  • Tuesday-Thursday 10:30AM-12:30 PM, Thursday 5PM-6PM
  • Drive-up services 
  • 281 Garfield Street

Foundations for Nations Ministries in Riverton

  • Now provides TEFAP (The Emergency Food Assistance Program) in Riverton
    • TEFAP can be picked up Tuesdays from 11:00AM-1:00PM 
    • 620 East Monroe
    • TEFAP recipients need an ID for pick-up
  • Food Pantry open to anyone
    • Tuesdays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    • Thursdays 4:00-6:00PM
    • 620 East Monroe
  • Contact Sarah Lucas with questions (219) 307-1457

New Food Pantries

  • 6th and Washakie Streets
  • 183 Main Street (outside The Orchards Church)
  • Please take what you need and leave what you can

Riverton Schools are offering Grab and Go breakfast and lunch

  • Monday-Friday, 11-11:30AM – Aspen Early Learning Center
  • Monday-Friday, 11:45AM-12:15PM – Rendezvous Elementary
  • Monday-Friday, 12:30-1:00PM – Willow Creek
  • Monday-Friday, 1:15-1:45PM – RHS Career Center

Lander (Fremont County School District #1) sack lunch and breakfast

Lander & Riverson WIC Offices

  • WIC offices in Lander and Riverton are providing drive-up services. They can take WIC cards from people in their cars or outside, bring them in to recharge them, wipe them down, and bring them back out to people. They can also do nutrition interviews over the phone and can still enroll people. They will be open at the Lander office on Monday from 8-12, and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in Riverton, with (most likely) the same hours, 8-12. They will give updates on their hours if they can. 

  • You can email Leslie Spoonhunter at leslie.spoonhunter@wyo.gov with any questions. 

Goshen County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Hot Springs County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Hot Springs County School District- Meals provided through the closure (April 3)

Johnson County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Laramie County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Laramie County Food Pantry list

Laramie County School District #1 is providing breakfast and lunch provided through March 27th at select locations

Comea House is offering to-go dinners for non-residents

  • 1504 Stinson Avenue

Element Church will be providing food starting March 23

  • Monday-Thursday 10AM – 1PM
  • Food Delivery available- call 307-200-8840
  • 600 E Carlson Street C

NEEDS, Inc. 

  • Monday-Thursday 8:30AM – 3:30PM,  Friday 8:30AM – 2:30PM
  • 900 Central Avenue

North Christians Food Pantry

  • Food available every 3rd Tuesday of the month from 4:00-7:00PM
  • 601 E. 20th st. Cheyenne

Salvation Army is providing to-go lunches and food bags

  • To-go lunch- Monday – Friday 11:15Am
  • Food Bags- Monday-Thursday 9 AM and 11 AM, Friday 9-10:30 AM
  • 601 E 20th Street

St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church God’s Cupboard is providing food

  • Fridays 8:30AM – 11:30PM
  • 2602 Deming Boulevard 

St. Joseph’s Food Pantry  is providing food for pick up

  • Monday-Thursday 10AM – 1PM
  • 206 Van Lennon

True Vine Community Church is providing food for pick up

  • Tuesday -Wednesday 10AM – 6PM in the Quonset hut by county health building
  • 110 Central Avenue

Lincoln County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Natrona County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Beginning March 16, Natrona County School district will provide takeaway meals from 11:30-1 Monday-Friday at the following locations:

  • Verda James Elementary
  • Paradise Valley Elementary
  • Midwest School
  • Lincoln Elementary
  • Casper Recreation Center

Niobrara County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Niobrara School District Meals

  • Breakfast and lunch is available to any student. Please call 334-2224 and reserve meals by 9:00 every morning and then the meals can be picked up between 9:30 and 10:30 at the Lusk Elementary and Middle School via curbside pick-up.

Niobrara Food Pantry

  •  The food pantry is located at the Niobrara County Senior Center and the Senior Center is closed to the public. Please call the Senior Center at 334-2561 as the staff is still working to receive assistance.

Park County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Platte County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Platte County Food 4 Weekends

Free Meals for Kids from the Platte County School District 1

Food Pantry at the United Church of Christ

  • 1056 Walnut St, Wheatland
  • (307) 322-5064

Sheridan County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Sublette County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Sweetwater County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Teton County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Uinta County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Washakie County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

  • Beginning March 18, all Worland schools will provide curbside breakfast and lunch from 11:45-12:45. More information to come.  

Weston County Resources from the Wyoming Hunger Initiative website.

Foundations for Nations Ministries in Riverton

  • Now provides TEFAP (The Emergency Food Assistance Program) in Riverton
    • TEFAP can be picked up Tuesdays from 11:00AM-1:00PM 
    • 620 East Monroe
    • TEFAP recipients need an ID for pick-up
  • Food Pantry open to anyone
    • Tuesdays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    • Thursdays 4:00-6:00PM
    • 620 East Monroe
  • Contact Sarah Lucas with questions (219) 307-1457

Lander & Riverson WIC Offices

  • WIC offices in Lander and Riverton are providing drive-up services. They can take WIC cards from people in their cars or outside, bring them in to recharge them, wipe them down, and bring them back out to people. They can also do nutrition interviews over the phone and can still enroll people. They will be open at the Lander office on Monday from 8-12, and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in Riverton, with (most likely) the same hours, 8-12. They will give updates on their hours if they can. 

  • You can email Leslie Spoonhunter at leslie.spoonhunter@wyo.gov with any questions. 

This material was funded by USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – SNAP. This institution is an equal opportunity provider. This material was funded by USDA’s Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program-EFNEP. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

University of Wyoming Extension

Issued in furtherance of extension work, acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Kelly Crane, Director, University of Wyoming Extension, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Wyoming Extension, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming 82071.

The University of Wyoming is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.

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