UU Casper recently donated $300 to our current Care N Share non-profit, Joshua’s Storehouse, which strives to meet essential needs by bringing fresh and nutritional food to our Casper community through their food panty, food deliveries, and other programs.
According to their website, “Joshua’s started in Casper in the early 1990’s in the basement of a family who saw the need for fresh food in their neighborhood. Since then, we have grown to be one of the biggest pantries in the state, and are currently in our fourth location downtown on Wolcott. We are serving more people now than ever due to the Covid-19 pandemic, serving an average of 55-75 families on a daily basis! Our goal is and always has been to be the go-to in the Casper community for free nutritional food and fresh produce and dairy products. We believe that everyone falls on rough times, and that everyone, no matter their income or socioeconomic status, deserves food security. That’s why we have no income limits for our normal- food pantry services. So thank you for visiting Joshua’s website and learning more about who we are, our goals and missions, and considering donating to a great Casper organization. From everyone here at Joshua’s, our team of wonderful volunteers, dedicated delivery drivers, and new administrators, we’re proud to serve such wonderful communities in Natrona County, and look forward to the years ahead of Joshua’s Storehouse!”
Executive Director Kody Allen will tell us more during our April 18th service, and you can visit joshuasstorehouse.org to find out how to donate and volunteer. In honor of Earth Day April 22nd, let’s help Joshnua’s Storehouse provide Earth’s nourishment to our Casper neighbors!