CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Meals of Hope Wyoming will pack its 100,000th meal during a special event on Sept. 18 in Cheyenne.
In an effort to combat hunger and provide vital support to those in need, Meals of Hope has been organizing packing events throughout the state, ensuring that no one goes to bed hungry. Leading the charge as the Meals of Hope Packing Partner for Wyoming is Lynn Montoya, who has been instrumental in organizing numerous successful packing events, according to a press release.
The upcoming event Sept. 18 is a testament to the collective efforts of various sponsors, including businesses, service organizations, faith groups and youth activity groups. The 100,000th-meal milestone is a testament to the dedication of the Edington Family Enrichment Foundation and the GFWC Women’s clubs from Cheyenne and Laramie, who are sponsors of the event.
“We are thrilled to celebrate this remarkable achievement of packing our 100,000th meal in Wyoming,” Montoya said. “Our mission to alleviate hunger and support families in need has been made possible through the tremendous support we have received from our sponsors and volunteers. We are deeply grateful for their commitment and dedication in addressing the issue of food insecurity in our state. I hope to pack over one million meals in the next year.”
Meals of Hope Wyoming encourages everyone to join their cause and make a difference in the fight against hunger.
For more information about Meals of Hope Wyoming and how you can contribute to their
mission, please visit https://mealsofhope.org/wyoming.