GREEN BAY - People were giving back and showing their generosity at Lambeau Field Sunday.
The Packers Women's Association held its annual food drive before the game against the Browns kicked off.
The group teamed up with United Health Care for the 27th annual event.
Fans donated more than 12 thousand non-perishable food items, as well as more than $13 thousand.
All of the money and food will go to Paul's Pantry in Green Bay.
Those who donated say it always feels great to help out those in need.
"It's kind of getting to that time of year where we want to help out everybody, and do what we can, and food pantries is a great way to make a difference in the community, and we brought food along and donated it, and feel good and feel better about ourselves helping those in need," said Tim Anderson.
Since the food drive began, more than 970 thousand non-perishable food items have been collected.
More than $276 thousand have gone to Paul's Pantry.
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