Volunteers from the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission teamed up with Food for Thought to deliver food boxes to Natrona County Schools for the Christmas Holidays. Eight WOGCC employees delivered more than 200 boxes to over a dozen schools. 

The boxes are filled with food items such as jars of peanut butter, boxes of cereal, loaves of bread, canned spaghetti, soups, and other food products that are easy to make but provide nourishment to children that could be food deprived when school is not in session.  Winter gloves, hats, and books were also included to go home with the students.  

Food for Thought provided a total of 700 boxes of food to ensure students don't go hungry over the holiday break. "We are grateful for Food for Thought and their tireless work to help provide for those in need," noted Kimberly Mazza of the WOGCC.  "We at the WOGCC feel fortunate that we can help facilitate such an amazing organization in this vital and thoughtful act of generosity."