Every day Cheyenne children face malnutrition. Let’s make a difference together!
Make A Real Change In Someone’s Life
Data reported by Laramie County School District for the 2021-2022 school year indicated 5,389 students out of a total enrollment of 16,213, or 33.23% of students in grades K-12 qualified for free or reduced meals.
Based upon results from childhood hunger programs in existence for several years, providing nutritious weekend meals for this at-risk population should not only alleviate their immediate hunger, but improve their overall health and performance levels during the school week.
Through the generosity of a totally volunteer workforce and space donated by Element Church, the Friday Food Bag Foundation delivers bags of single serve, nutritious, non-perishable food each week to schools in LCSD#1 and LCSD#2 for distribution by school personnel to children who may not eat well – or at all – on the weekends.
Bags Served Weekly
Weekly Expenses in Dollar
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How You Can Help
The cost per bag has significantly increased due primarily to the nationwide increase in the cost of food – and it continues to go up.
We are always looking for volunteers! From bag fillers to delivery drivers, we truly appreciate the help!
This program is entirely dependent on donations and volunteers. Join us in keeping the children of our community well nourished and fed. All donations are appreciated.
Many children in schools today do not have consistent access to nutritious food (or any food at all) on the weekends. Advocate for programs who help the community!
The mission of the Friday Food Bag Foundation is to partner with the community to provide nutritious food to children who might not eat well – or at all – on the weekends.