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A Legacy of Literacy

From our Summer 2021 Newsletter, which you can read here! Sue Jorgensen Library Foundation: Wyoming Reads Every September, around 30 of Casper's most dedicated educators, volunteers and other community members gather to make an important decision. There is lobbying;...

A Second Chance at a Forever Home

From our Summer 2021 Newsletter, which you can read here! Black Dog Animal Rescue, Cheyenne and Statewide Auggie seemed hopeless. The stray, a miniature Australian shepherd, was deaf, and his deafness had made him anxious and high-strung. The family that found him...

Connecting to Nature, Connecting to One Another

From our Summer 2021 Newsletter, which you can read here! Casting for Recovery, Absaroka Ranch, Dubois It's not just about learning to fish," Mary Turney, program coordinator of Casting for Recovery, points out. "It's about the medical and emotional impacts of having...

Joe McGowan Memorial Fund

From WYCF's Spring 2018 Newsletter In November of 2014, Kevin and Anne McGowan received the worst possible news. Their 21-year-old son, Joe, lost his life while attempting to break up a fight. You can imagine, the event shook the McGowan family to the core. As Kevin...

More than Meets the Eye: Unaccompanied Students Initiative

Ellbogen Initiatives Fund at WYCF From our Fall 2020 Newsletter. See the full newsletter (PDF) here. t’s easy to judge a person or situation when you are on the outside looking in. We may not want to admit it, but we’ve all done it. For Tamara Moore, Executive...

Small Town, Big Science

Grantmaking from the WYCF Sublette Local Board From our Fall 2019 Newsletter. See the full newsletter (PDF) here. Destiny joined the Big Piney High School Robotics program when she was a freshman. She worked one-on-one with a professional engineer as her...

Small Clinic, Impacted in a Big Way

From our Spring 2018 Newsletter. See the full newsletter (PDF) here. “You notice very quickly,” said Dawn Garrison, Director of the Heart Mountain Free Clinic in Cody. “When a patient walks in the door, it’s not always about medical needs. Their life may be...

Iris Clubhouse: Finding Community

From our Fall 2018 Newsletter. See the full newsletter (PDF) here. “I never liked my first name,” says Bear whose birth name was Charlene. “I was named after someone who treated me very badly,” she says. “Charlene died a long time ago. Bear chooses to live...

Four-Legged Ranch Hand

Georgene Hager Memorial Fund From our Fall 2018 Newsletter. See the full newsletter (PDF) here. If you live in Wyoming, you’ve seen cattle. They dot the landscape and greet you as you drive along the highways. You might say they’re as much a part...

Delivering Dignity: Cokeville Senior Center

Covid-19 Response & Recovery Fund From our Fall 2020 Newsletter. See the full newsletter (PDF) here. “I wasn’t sleeping at night,” says Laura. “I was worried if funding was going to come through and how we were going to feed our seniors.” Over the last few...

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