GREEN BAY - The Packers game wasn't the only thing happening at Lambeau Sunday.
A food drive to help fight hunger also took place.
The Green Bay Packers and Sargento teamed up for the annual event.
It's a celebration of Sargento's Touchdown for Charities 10 year anniversary.
Fans were encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to donate.
Packers alum Bill Schroeder was also on hand for the event.
"Anything that you can do to help out the hungry, especially when it gets cold nowadays, this is perfect. The Green Bay Packers and Sargento, they've always done such wonderful things for charity, especially in this community, we need this kind of help," said former Packers receiver Bill Schroeder.
More than $775,000 has been raised.
Organizers said they are hoping to reach the million dollar mark soon.
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