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Free Food near Cheyenne, Wyoming

Free Food near Cheyenne, Wyoming

There are many food banks near Cheyenne, Wyoming. In fact, we’ve found a list of food banks throughout Laramie County! If you need help in Cheyenne, Burns, Pine Bluffs, or elsewhere in Laramie County, you’ve come to the right place.

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Food Banks in Cheyenne WY

There are many churches that offer food banks in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Cooperative Ministry for Emergency Assistance

Since 1982, COMEA has provided an emergency shelter, free meals, limited transportation assistance and other help for anyone who is homeless or at risk of homelessness in Laramie County. They serve tens of thousands of meals per year. Here’s their website for more information.

LCCC Western States Student Food Bank

Students at Laramie County Community College can access the Western States Food Bank on campus. Details here.

Needs, Inc.

This organization provides food for people throughout Laramie County. They also provide clothing, school supplies and other important referrals to help low income families in this area. Get the details on their website here.

St. Joseph Catholic Church

Over 800 families per month receive food from the St. Joseph Catholic Church in Wyoming. That’s over 2,000 bags of food distributed every month! For details, please contact the Church directly. You can find their website here.

Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies

The Wyoming Food Bank provides mobile food pantires and distributes food to other food banks. The following Churches and organizations were listed as partners of the Wyoming Food Bank, and may be able to provide additional food resources:

  • Beacon Hill Baptist Church
  • Boys & Girls Club of Cheyenne
  • Element Church
  • Fellowship Baptist Church
  • Peak Wellness Center (Casa de Paz)
  • Peak Wellness Center (Transitions Residential Program)
  • Peak Wellness Center (Shared Living)
  • Safehouse Sexual Assault Services
  • Salvation Army
  • True Vine Community Church

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