"It is tough with the budgets. And if corporate America can step up and help be a part of it, like Human is, I think that's great. It'll make a difference," said Dennis Gruznick, in Humana's IT Department.
Green Bay Packers players teamed up with Humana to build the playground. Like game day, players knew what the game plan was and their assignments.
"Well I just carry around the big stuff. I'm not too good with putting the nut and bolts together. But it's fun to come out here and meet some different people," said Packers guard T.J. Lang.
By afternoon, the playground began taking shape with help from Packers wide receiver James Jones and defensive end Jerel Worthy. By teaming up, Packers players and Humana employees say they're helping De Pere kids staying the game of a healthier lifestyle.
"The NFL does "Play-60" and it's all kind of about having fun and getting outside a little bit," said Packers tackle Marshall Newhouse.
"It's really to help them get that fitness and help them be healthy. And that's what Humana is looking for to get our kids healthy," Gruznick said.
The Southwest Park playground is the third that the Packers have helped build this year.
Local 5's Terry Kovarik has the story.