Laramie County Resources

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Laramie County

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7:00—9:00 A.M.


Laramie County

Every day

one hour prior to regular hours


Laramie County


one hour prior to regular hours

Wyoming 2-1-1

Sometimes Google isn't enough. When you aren't sure where to turn or even what questions to ask, a Community Resources Specialist can help you get the help you need. Visit Wyoming 2-1-1 online or simply call 2-1-1 and connect.

Food Pantries + Community Services

If you, your family, or someone you know in the community needs additional support with groceries or meals, please refer to organizations working to meet the need in Laramie County. If not otherwise indicated, please call ahead for most updated hours and services.

Friday Food Bag Foundation

Partnering with the community to provide nutritious food to children who might not eat well–or at all–on the weekends.


Ambitious Diversities Purple Pantry

(307) 514-3850

3908 West 5th

Tuesday from 10:00 AM—2:00 PM

Drive up only. Frozen meals canned goods and non-perishable items.

Beacon Hill Baptist Church

(307) 634-5325

Element Church

(307) 635-1316

Monday-Thursday, 10:00 AM—1:00 PM

Home delivery for the elderly who are confined to their homes: call (307) 200-8840. Leave name and address and they will deliver the following day. Closed on Sundays.


Fellowship Baptist Church

(307) 634-0196

First Wednesday of the month

Highlands Church 

Highlands has a long standing tradition of helping those in need. More specifically, we support the COMEA Shelter by providing financial support and we are their “Coffee Partners” providing coffee, creamer and sugar. We provide financial support and collect non-perishable food items for Needs, Inc. And, we have a Lenten Fund that we use to give direct financial assistance to individuals and families in Cheyenne in the way of Walmart cards and payments for utilities and rent and other needs. To the extent that donations to our Lenten Fund will allow, we will support Cheyenne families and individuals in need. Out of an abundance of concern for privacy and health issues, we established a contingency plan so that we could continue to provide the Walmart cards. 

During this time of great urgency and need, Highlands is committed to helping the community of Cheyenne serve the most vulnerable: the homeless and people with low or no income. Until we are able to resume regular life at Highlands, members will have the opportunity to come to the church on Wednesdays, during staggered hours, to drop off non-perishables for Needs. We have challenged our selves to donate 5,000 pounds. We will also be collecting coffee for COMEA and monetary donations for both organizations as well as Meals on Wheels and Recover Wyoming. 

Little Free Pantry

Little Free Pantry will stock wooden boxes outside the following churches as supplies allow:

• St Mark’s Episcopal (1908 Central Ave)

• St Paul Lutheran (218 E 19th St)

• Ascension Lutheran (712 Storey Blvd)


Meadowbrooke Church

(307) 778-8709

Meadowbrooke Church has created a supply pantry and will run items to seniors who are quarantined at home. Additionally, if Cheyenne mothers are in need of formula, diapers, and wipes, Meadowbrooke can help. Call or email for more information.

Meadowlarks Little Pantries

The Meadowlarks provide nonperishable food pantries at three locations in Cheyenne; all are replenished weekly. Find them at:

• Faith United Methodist Church (522 East 6th St)

• AMVETS (3839 E. Lincolnway), only open during business hours

• Veterans' Rock (605 S. Greeley Highway)

Needs, Inc.

(307) 632-4132

ID required. Drive up only. Will give one food and commodity box per person, only one person in the lobby at a time and do not bring in your own boxes anymore.

North Christian Church

(307) 632-2331

Visit 611. E. Carlson Suite 305 on the third Tuesday of each month from 4:00—7:00 PM for a free bag of groceries.

Pine Bluffs Food Bank

Members of the Pine Bluffs area have come together to open a much needed food pantry.

Hours of operation are Mondays and Wednesdays, 9:00—11:00 AM and is located in the Historic High School, 607 Elm Street, SE entrance by the football field, for food pick-up. There are no income requirements.

For food delivery please call Town Hall at 307-245-3746. Please leave address, phone and how many in the family. Donations to the pantry may be dropped off at the Historic High School, 607 Elm Street.

The Salvation Army, Cheyenne Corps

(307) 634-2769

Drive up food box available. Call first.

St. Christopher's Episcopal Church

A box of food may be picked up between 9:00—11:00 AM on Fridays; distribution is located in the parking lot of the church at 2602 Deming Blvd. No proof of income or eligibility required, just an ID.

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church

(307) 275-0567

Monday-Thursday, 10:00 AM—1:00 PM

Drive up only. County ID required. Contact Eva.


True Vine Community Church

(307) 632-6496

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 10:00 AM—6:00 PM

Drive up only. No ID required.

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Public Health

Laramie County Public Health

Visit Laramie County Public Health for community updates related to COVID-19.

Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC)

Wyoming WIC is open and taking new participants! Please fill out an online appointment form to get started.


Facebook Community

The Wyoming Share and Trade Resources Facebook group was established as a community resource to communicate needs when shortages exist.

The #WyomingNeighbors Facebook group was established to provide support, safe contact in a time of social distancing, and resource exchanges in neighborhoods across the state.

The Support Our Students Facebook group exists to fill in gaps and provide essential resources that might otherwise not exist for Cheyenne students. The group is responding to the current school closures as well.


Do you know of a resource in your community that isn't listed?

Please get in touch.