GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) - People attending Sunday's Packers game had a chance to help those in need.
The Packers Women's Association held it's 26th annual food drive for Paul's Pantry before the game. Wives of Packers players collected more than 12,600 non-perishable food items, as well as $15,880 in cash donations in the Lambeau Field parking lot and at the gates.
Pantry workers said the need is great, especially this time of year.
"We have a lot of people that come in weekly and i guess every week we get more," said Marcie Ertel, from Paul's Pantry. "There's always somebody added to the list."
Fans who brought five or more items or donated at least $5 also had a chance to win an autographed item from the Packers.