WY Kids Count

WYCF is proud to be the KIDS COUNT grantee for the state of Wyoming. KIDS COUNT is a project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation designed to track the well-being of children in the United States and Wyoming by providing high quality data and trend analysis.

KIDS COUNT research is utilized by a variety of Wyoming organizations as a trusted resource. The Casey Foundation shares their information in hopes of raising the visibility of children’s issues through a nonpartisan, evidence-based lens. Access hundreds of indicators, download data and create reports and graphics from the KIDS COUNT Data Center.

2020 Wyoming Census: Count Every Person! 

Project Support

From time to time, WYCF works with organizations who aren’t nonprofits, but who are doing nonprofit work. The partnership allows these organizations to use our 501(c)(3) status and utilize our internal resources to strengthen the work they do. WYCF benefits by seeing incredible programming carried out.   

Local Boards

The Wyoming Community Foundation’s Local Boards give where you live. Local boards are comprised of thoughtful individuals from your community who recognize needs, encourage partnerships and initiate activities to benefit causes you care about.

Don’t see a local board in your community? Don’t worry! WYCF makes grants and works with donors in every corner of the state.

WYCF- Casper Area

Has granted nearly 3.5 million to local nonprofits from 1989-2015.


with a wide range of donors to create permanent funds for Natrona and Converse counties.


local nonprofits by providing strategic planning, board training and technical assistance.


grant funding to community-minded organizations.

WYCF – Dubois/Crowheart

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WYCF – Evanston Area

Has granted over $180,000 to local nonprofits from 1996-2015.

Hosts the Annual Evanston Valentine’s Day Ball. Proceeds benefit local nonprofits.

WYCF – Rock Springs Area

Has granted over $400,000 to local nonprofits from 1991-2015.

Hosts the Wyoming State Spelling Bee.

WYCF – Sheridan/Johnson

Grants made to local nonprofits from 1991-2015: Over $500,000.

Partners with Frackelton’s Restaurant in “Dining for a Cause”.

WYCF – Sublette

Grants made to local nonprofits from 1991 to 2015: Over $850,000

Works to supports the heritage, customs, culture and natural beauty of Sublette County.

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