Thanksgiving Thanks

Published: Nov. 4, 2022 at 2:17 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -

As families get ready to gather for this thanksgiving, several organizations around the city prepare to give their thanks back to the community.

They will provide hot meals to individuals and families in the area who may not have enough food for the holiday meal.

Meals on wheels volunteers are on a mission this year to supply living in Laramie county residents with nutritious meals for the holiday season as well as continued daily support.

The volunteers put smiles on over 400 clients’ faces a day and estimate 10.000 meals a month moving forward

They are holding many events these upcoming months including

Subaru shares the love event: on November 17 and January 3rd.

Ken Garff Food Drive November 17-19 at King Soopers on Dell Range

giving Tuesday- November 29th

The adopt-an-airman program offers families living in Cheyenne the opportunity to bring an airman into their homes and spread a little holiday cheer for those who do not have family around.

program participants have hosted over 300 airmen with a home-cooked meal in a home away from home in the last 3 years.

To submit an application, or to ask questions and learn more bout the program, please email