Food for Thought gives over 650 food bags to Natrona and Glenrock kids each week

(Wyoming Food for Thought Project, Facebook)

CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming Food for Thought Project offers a weekend food bag program to provide children in the Casper area with breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.

They give out over 650 food bags each week to kids in the community, the Natrona County School District says.

NCSD encourages families with children in need of assistance to reach out to their school for more information.

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“This is a free, confidential and no-questions-asked program,” the school district said on Wednesday, Oct. 9 via Facebook. “If your child is in need of a food bag, please contact the main office at the school they attend.”

The program offers food bags for both regular two-day weekends as well as for extended holiday breaks.

“Visit Wyoming Food for Thought Project for more information on how you can help,” the post concludes. 

Food for thought says they pack food bags every Wednesday at 4 pm.

Note: A previous version of this story said that Food for Thought would be packing food bags on Thursday. Oil City regrets this error.