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Packers Women's Association to hold 30th Annual Food Drive Sept. 25

Fans attending Packers-Lions game encouraged to donate non-perishable food, cash


The Packers Women's Association (PWA)is teaming up with* *Packers fans for the 30th Annual Food Drive for Paul's Pantry prior to the Green Bay Packers-Detroit Lions game on Sept. 25 at Lambeau Field. This year's effort is headed by co-chairwomen Alyssa Janis, wife of Packers wide receiver Jeff Janis, and Karen Capers, wife of Packers defensive coordinator, Dom Capers.

Prior to kickoff, PWA members will collect non-perishable food items and cash donations near the stadium gates. Each PWA member will be wearing a PWA jersey.

Volunteers from Paul's Pantry, a supplementary food distribution program for the needy in the greater Green Bay area, will be assisting with the collection and wearing PWA pins.

"We're happy for the opportunity to continue our food drive for a 30th year," Alyssa Janis, co-chairwoman of the Packers Women's Association Food Drive, said. "We are so grateful for the generosity of the Packers fans in teaming up with us to help tackle hunger in our community."

As an added incentive to donate to the food drive, fans have an opportunity to win Packers autographed items. For every $5 donation or five non-perishable food items contributed, a fan will receive a ticket stub. The winning ticket numbers will be drawn and announced on the scoreboard during the game. Fans with winning ticket stubs can pick up their prizes at the guest services desk in the Lambeau Field Atrium.

Overall, in the past 29 years of conducting food drives, the PWA has collected nearly a million non-perishable food items and more than $314,000 for Paul's Pantry.

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