In 13 years, the Packers Tailgate Tour has raised nearly $3 million for charity.
The Green Bay Packers donated $50,000 to CASA of Brown County, as part of the team’s community action initiative to support social justice causes. The players worked together to select CASA of Brown County as a recipient of the donation.
The Green Bay Packers donated $50,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee, as part of the team’s community action initiative to support social justice causes. The players worked together to select Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee as a recipient of the donation.
The Green Bay Packers donated $50,000 to Sherman Phoenix, as part of the team’s community action initiative to support social justice causes. The players worked together to select Sherman Phoenix as a recipient of the donation.
The Green Bay Packers donated $50,000 to La Causa, as part of the team’s community action initiative to support social justice causes. The players worked together to select La Causa as a recipient of the donation.
The Green Bay Packers donated $50,000 to House of Hope, as part of the team’s community action initiative to support social justice causes. The players worked together to select House of Hope as a recipient of the donation.
Packers alumni Jared Abbrederis, LeRoy Butler, Jarrett Bush, Johnnie Gray and Bill Schroeder joined Wisconsin veterans of World War II, Korea, and Vietnam on the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight to Washington, D.C.
Packers FB Danny Vitale delivered coffee and donuts to the Green Bay Disabled American Veterans chapter, courtesy of Kwik Trip.
The Packers hosted the annual Salute to Service flag football tournament at the Titletown football field for all branches of the armed forces to compete and receive donations.
Green Bay Packers LB Blake Martinez and FB Danny Vitale visited Oshkosh Defense to check out the work that goes into tactical vehicle manufacturing.
Packers LB Kyler Fackrell teams up with Campbell’s Chunky Soup to give back to the men and women that serve the community.
Green Bay Packers players Tim Boyle, Tony Brown, Tyler Lancaster and Manny Wilkins brought the Packers Vs. Cancer initiative to Kaukauna High School on Friday for a game between the Kaukauna Galloping Ghosts and the Hortonville Polar Bears.
The Green Bay Packers hosted the 2019 Alumni Sporting Clays event Tuesday that benefitted the Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay. Alumni included Jerry Kramer, Dave Robinson, Tony Moll, Daryn Colledge, Paul Coffman, Frank Winters, Jason Spitz, Craig Nall and Bill Schroeder. The event took place at Woodfire Triple J Wing & Clay in Brillion, Wis.
Cancer survivors Hunter Bjorkquist and Steven Gerber attend a Green Bay Packers practice courtesy of the Packers and Make-A-Wish, and get to meet their favorite players.
Tim Boyle, Kenny Clark, Dean Lowry, Tyler Lancaster, and James Looney delivered gifts to patients at the Children's Hospital in Milwaukee.
Some Packers players spent their day off tackling a project in Milwaukee on Tuesday.
The Green Bay Packers, Bellin Health, and the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation kicked off the third year of the Packers vs. Cancer initiative Monday, Oct. 1.
Cherry and Bart Starr Jr., along with many of Starr’s former teammates and players, honored his legacy at the free family event on Sept. 14.
The Green Bay Packers hosted a football outreach camp on Tuesday at Syble Hopp School in De Pere. Packers players Corey Linsley and Blake Martinez assisted with the camp for students who have special needs, and 180 kids took part in the event.
Twelve teams made up of athletes with special needs took to the field in Titletown on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019, in the Green Bay Packers second annual Exceptional Abilities Challenge.
The Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Brewers and Milwaukee Bucks are teaming up to sponsor three planeloads of local veterans on Stars and Stripes Honor Flight’s 55th mission, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. The “Flight of Champions” will honor approximately 240 WWII, Korean War and Vietnam War veterans from Wisconsin.
The flag football tournament consisted of six different public safety departments to show appreciation to those who serve their communities.
The Green Bay Packers Foundation has awarded $250,000 impact grants to Freedom House, Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity and Give BIG Green Bay. Each grant is a matching grant, requiring the recipient to raise an additional $250,000 in order to secure the donation.
The Packers hosted the 22nd annual Junior Power Pack Clinic this past Saturday.
Packers TE Robert Tonyan took home the trophy at the 2019 Green & Gold Charity Softball Game.
The offense defeated the defense in the annual Green & Gold Charity Softball Game
Nov 15, 2019
The occasional schematic change-up has value
Nov 14, 2019
Eight finalists for the annual honor will be chosen next month
Offseason signings have played critical role in team’s 8-2 start
Lombardi-era, big-play star holds Packers’ franchise record for yards per catch
Playoff seeding is the only power ranking that matters
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers to match each donation
made during the signings up to $50,000
Nov 13, 2019
Senior writer Mike Spofford answered questions in his weekly live chat.
Former Packers offensive lineman and Super Bowl champion has found a post-football career in the military
The play at crunch time has been invaluable
Wopat is now in his fourth year as the varsity head coach at Lourdes Academy
New this year, grant program now being offered; deadline Friday, Jan. 10
Nov 12, 2019
Kickoff moves to 7:20 p.m. CT | Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers