LARAMIE – Continuing its mission of building a better Wyoming, the Wyoming Community Foundation has distributed $766,265 to organizations and projects across the state for its winter grant-making cycle.
The Wyoming Community Foundation works to connect people who care with causes that matter. In this recent cycle, the Foundation granted awards to nearly 100 organizations. Projects ranged from a STEM Summer Program for K-6 students to a program to help single mothers in Gillette during the COVID-19
The Sublette Local Advisory Board awarded $60,067 to causes that serve the community. One grantee, the Sublette County Sexual Assault Family Violence Task Force, provides direct service to community
members through advocacy and prevention. Other grantees include the Children’s Discovery Center, Main Street Pinedale, and Hunting with Heroes.
“It is always gratifying to see the work that Wyoming nonprofits are doing to build stronger communities,” says Director of Programs and Communications, Micah Richardson. “We are honored to play a role in supporting their efforts.”
The funds that support these projects rely on support from donors from across the state. Funds are held by the Foundation and invested, ensuring ongoing returns to support charitable causes in the long term.
To donate or set up a fund, or to receive more information on the Wyoming Community Foundation and
the organizations it supports, visit www.wycf.org.
The Wyoming Community Foundation’s next grant application deadline is June 15. Nonprofits making
a difference in their communities are encouraged to apply.