Laramie Interfaith relies on support from the community in order to serve our clients. As a thank you, we are giving away some gifts to show our appreciation!
Laramigo: A resident of Laramie; One who is inspired by the Laramie kindness and goodwill to help and support her/his fellow citizens.
About 15 years ago a UW professor named Matt Gray submitted a letter to the editor of the Laramie Daily Boomerang, suggesting that the people of Laramie should identify themselves as “Laramigos”. Matt explains, “I was trying to appeal to solidarity in community and the importance of being good friends and neighbors.”
Our new patch features original artwork by local artist Dan Toro. He has painted a number of murals in Laramie and around the U.S.
Dan has combined the profile of the American bison with the vista of our own Snowy Range. These elements work in tandem as icons of the Wyoming and Laramie identity. This is the shared identity that brings us together as a community.
When you donate, add in the "Write a Note" section which gift you would like.
Hats are one size fits all, sweatshirts come in
S, M, L, XL and 2XL.
When you get a chance, come to Interfaith
to pick up your item!
Please note there is only one gift per donation.