Interfaith - Good Samaritan


Interfaith - Good Samaritan


Interfaith - Good Samaritan

Josh Watanabe Josh Watanabe
(307) 742-4240 | fax: (307) 742-0184
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Since its inception, our non-profit has continuously established new partnerships, new projects, and grown in various other capacities to continue our mission.


Our Mission

Laramie Interfaith provides a means for our community to help neighbors meet their basic needs.

Food Assistance

We offer a variety of food resources aimed at alleviating food insecurity.


The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), also known as “commodities,” is a federal program designed to provide food assistance to low-income households. Interfaith hosts at least one TEFAP distribution each month, and some months may have multiple distributions based on availability. To learn more about upcoming TEFAP distributions, check out the Events section of our website.

TEFAP is an income-dependent program. All income is self-reported, meaning that no proof of income is required to receive food. Details on income restrictions for TEFAP are available here.

Please note that the main pantry is unavailable on TEFAP distribution days.

Holiday Meals

Interfaith provides meals for those in need for both Thanksgiving and Christmas. These meals typically contain a turkey/ham (or a voucher for these items) in addition to a few sides such as mashed potatoes, vegetables, and stuffing. Applications for these meals will be available late September/early October, so check back then for more details!

Food Pantry

Laramie Interfaith's main pantry is stocked with a variety of non-perishable food and basic hygiene items. The pantry is open from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday – Friday. Households may pick up non-perishable items from the pantry once per week. The amount of food each household can receive is dependent upon household size.

A new supply of perishable items (bread, pastries, fruits, vegetables, milk, and meat) donated by local grocery stores are available Monday-Friday. Households may pick up these items as many times as needed during the week.

While no documentation (ID, proof of income, etc.) is required to receive food, all households must complete our Link2Feed intake form. Households may complete the form online here. Paper copies are also available at the pantry.

Delivery Program

Interfaith provides a weekly grocery delivery service for homebound households. Deliveries occur each Wednesday and contain a combination of perishable and non-perishable food from our pantry. Due to the limited number of volunteer delivery drivers available, this program is only open to households who are homebound, and do not have someone else to visit the pantry on their behalf.

For more information about the delivery program, reach us at (307) 742-4240 or at

*Any questions regarding our food assistance can be directed to (307) 742-4240 or

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 (Date: 7/17/2024)