Food Bank deliveries to Lander locals in need

Are you or do you know of a homebound person needing food or someone who should remain home during this time? The Lander Care & Share Food Bank is open regular hours: Tues.- Thurs.10:30am-12:30pm and 5-6 p.m. Thurs. However, if you live in the local Lander area and can’t get to us, please call or text Mike Lewis 307-349-6044, or

Continuing drive-up service

The Lander Care & Share Food Bank will continue drive-up service at this time. We want to thank everyone for making this process a success. For anyone new to the Food Bank, please remain in your vehicles and follow instructions from the volunteers on the street. We are remaining open regular hours: Tues.-Thurs. 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and Thurs. eve 5-6 p.m.

Together, we are “Neighbors helping Neighbors”.

Thanks to our volunteers!

The heart of the Lander Care and Share Food Bank is our generous volunteers.  They show up every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday and whenever else the need arises to make sure the hungry and food insecure of Fremont County get food with a healthy dose of love.  This past Friday, the LCSFB Board of Directors put in a picnic to show how much we appreciate these amazing people.

The Lions’ Shelter was a perfect venue for burgers and brats.

The heroic folks who feed others were themselves fed!

A good time was had by all.



Centsible Nutrition at the Food Bank

The Lander Care & Share Food Bank was the recipient of the University of Wyoming’s Centsible Nutrition Program’s “Champions of Change Award.” Centsible Nutrition Program Educator Rebecca Green presented the award to the Food Bank’s Director, Audrey Krise, “in recognition of their commitment to building a healthier community through efforts that support better nutrition and physical activity.”

Rebecca Green prepares recipes using the Lander Care & Share Food Bank’s commodity items. Each month Becky provides tastes as well as copies of the recipes the clients can make with items they receive at the Food Bank.