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Packers Establish Community Events Grant, Open Lambeau Field Atrium To Non-Profit Organizations


Continuing to expand their charitable efforts, the Green Bay Packers will now offer non-profit organizations the use of the Lambeau Field Atrium and the Legends Club for community events through a newly established grant policy, the team announced Thursday.

The Packers will award four grants - each one entitling the organization a single date event, day or night, in the Atrium or Legends Club at no room rental cost - per calendar year to non-profit organizations servicing Brown County.

To qualify for the grant, organizations must be considered non-profit as defined under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 and be dedicated to enhancing the Brown County community. Other guidelines, such as dates of availability and catering requirements , do apply.

Applications must be received by Nov. 1 and will be reviewed by Dec. 1.

For full details regarding the grant application process, contact Cathy Dworak, Green Bay Packers manager of community relations, at (920) 490-5700 or

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