MILWAUKEE — The Green Bay Packers and Milwaukee Bucks have teamed up and donated $37.5K to hunger relief efforts.
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The money was raised during the Packers playoff run during the 2019 season. The Packers and the Bucks both sold "Go Pack Go" t-shirts during the playoffs, and those profits went toward the donation.
Their entire donation was profits from the shirts, which sold for $19.95 a piece. Those funds are now going to organizations fighting hunger in the state.
Half of the funds raised will go to Paul's Pantry in Green Bay. The other half will go to Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin in Milwaukee.