Green Bay Packers Community Blood Drives occur three times annually. In August of 2016, the Packers and the American Red Cross reached the milestone of 5,000 pints donated in the community blood drives at Lambeau Field since 2009.
Packers 5K Run presented by Bellin Health
Join us for the 9th Annual Packers 5K Run/Walk presented by Bellin Health on Saturday, July 21, 2018. In 2017, over 5,300 runners made their way through Lambeau Field and around neighboring streets to raise $12,605, which was donated to the American Red Cross, Volunteer Center of Green Bay and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern Wisconsin. Packers’ alumni also participate in the race.
Green Bay Packers Give Back Celebrity Bowling Event
Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy joins coaches, players and area businesses at Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley in June to raise funds for the NWTC Educational Foundation. The foundation offers financial support to students in difficult financial situations to attend and earn a degree.
Project Play 60
Project Play 60, an event held in March in the Lambeau Field Atrium, is designed to get children and families active during the Wisconsin winter. Kids enjoy the fun of inflatables, climbing walls, bungee trampolines, face painting and obstacle courses.
Green Bay Packers EMPOWER
This Green Bay Packers leadership event is held at Lambeau Field for 280 Brown County middle school students (140 boys and 140 girls). The all-day event features speakers geared at encouraging the students to use their influence to create positive ripples throughout the community.
Christian Outreach Ecumenical Thanksgiving Dinner
The Packers host the annual event in the Lambeau Field Atrium in November. A sit-down meal is provided to more than 800 people in need. Beyond the sit-down meal, an additional 1,200 meals are delivered to the homebound.
Each October, the Lambeau Field Atrium is transformed into a hauntingly happy Halloween playground. In 2017, the 15th Annual Spooktacular event featured interactive entertainment, music, Halloween-themed crafts and activities.
Festival of Lights
For the past 11 years, the Packers and Festival Foods have brought the joy of the holidays to all who attend this annual event. Free family-friendly activities include holiday movies and cartoons, card making, music performed by local high school choirs, cookie decorating, photo opportunities with Santa Claus and the tree lighting. Fans also donate toys for Toys for Tots at the event.