Joshua’s Storehouse and Distribution Center launched in the early 1990s with a straightforward and virtuous goal – to keep all residents of Casper and Natrona County nourished with fresh, nutritious food. This Casper-based nonprofit, one of the biggest pantries in Wyoming, serves more than 50 families a day. Help them help our community with these three easy ways to get involved.
Volunteer your time to the storehouse, which aside from its daily pantry and delivery operations, runs a variety of targeted programs like Grampers and Pampers and Milk for Minors. Reach out to the team at Joshua’s to find out how you can chip in and do your part.
Make a Donation
Don’t have a ton of time on your hands to volunteer? No sweat. Support the organization financially with a donation! Get in touch with Joshua’s for details on how to donate.
Attend the Block Party!
Have fun and support a great cause? Yes, please! Joshua’s First Days of Summer Block Party checks both boxes. Hulking plates of barbecue for just $2 a plate. Arts and crafts. Games for adults and kids. A chalk art contest. It’s all on the itinerary at this annual event, which is slated for May 22 at Joshua’s Storehouse. Best of all, 100% of the proceeds help provide free, nutritional food to Natrona County residents in need.
Get Out & About in Casper
Looking for things to do, places to see, and causes to contribute to in Casper, Wyoming? Check out the Granite 550 blog for more ideas.