Connie Sloan Cathcart Retiring

Connie Sloan Cathcart Retiring

After dedicating herself to United Way of Laramie County for the past 22 years, Connie Sloan Cathcart, with the Board of Director’s guidance and support, will be retiring as the Executive Director on March 15th. Connie is ready for the next chapter in her adventure...

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Common Ground For Homelessness Initiative

Common Ground For Homelessness Initiative

The mission of United Way of Laramie County is to responsibly mobilize and leverage community resources to create long-term changes that produce healthy, educated and financially stable individuals and families in Laramie County. To make a difference, we will: Ignite...

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Holiday Food and Gift Assistance

Holiday Food and Gift Assistance

Looking for assistance this holiday season or interested in volunteering to provide a meal or gifts for a family? Below are available services in our community ;   *Element Church November 21st. @ 10AM No sign-up or requirements. Drive-up meal bag, one per...

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Community Resources

Community Resources

The Greater Cheyenne COVID-19 Fund is now closed. The fund was initially intended to serve the immediate need brought forth by the pandemic sweeping the nation, and while we acknowledge a need still exists, other resources (several listed below) are present in the...

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How You Can Help Local Families

How You Can Help Local Families

For some families in Laramie County, the COVID-19 outbreak has made it even harder to take care of basic needs. Many families lived paycheck to paycheck before this crisis and hovered just above the poverty line.   Who are Struggling Families? People in our...

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Where Hungry Families in Laramie County Can Get Support

Where Hungry Families in Laramie County Can Get Support

Are you or someone you know struggling to afford food? United Way of Laramie County can help.   United Way of Laramie County makes it easier every day for families to get healthy food on a budget, where they live and when they need it. From mobile food pantries...

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211: A Lifeline for Our Community

211: A Lifeline for Our Community

The impact of the COVID-19 outbreak in our community is far-reaching, impacting our neighbors’ health, access to education, and financial stability. Many people need help. Help to pay for medication. Help to find food pantries. Help to locate mental health services....

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Quick and Easy Ways to Stay Active

Quick and Easy Ways to Stay Active

Staying active and keeping a healthy lifestyle right now doesn’t need to be difficult.   It all starts by shaking up your routine. Start small by changing one habit in your daily routine. It’s easier than you might think!   Here are a few ideas: Climb stairs...

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8 Ways to Help People Who are Food Insecure

8 Ways to Help People Who are Food Insecure

In this time of crisis, many people in our community are looking for ways to give back. We appreciate that our community is full of hand-raisers and do-gooders! With the help of generous people like you, we can work together to manage the impact of COVID-19.  ...

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15 Simple Activity Ideas for Kids, Ages 3-5

15 Simple Activity Ideas for Kids, Ages 3-5

United Way of Laramie County invests in quality early childhood education programs in our community. We provide tools and resources that teach parents and caregivers facts and best practices for different ages and stages of a young child’s life. From engagement ideas...

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