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Green Bay Packers help provide meals to frontline workers

GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Packers are teaming with American Family Insurance to provide $20,000 worth of ready-made meals to northeast Wisconsin’s frontline workers in the fight against the new coronavirus.

Packers officials said the meals will be delivered to hospitals May 6-12 for Nurse Appreciation Week and will go to police and fire stations May 10-16 as part of Police Appreciation Week.

The Packers also have provided $1.5 million in grants through the Packers Give Back COVID-19 Community Relief Fund.

Nate Pokrass, America Family’s community investment and partnerships director issued this statement:

“We owe these workers our gratitude for their steady presence and commitment to the community during this pandemic. American Family Insurance is proud to partner with the Packers to donate meals to honor and thank these hard-working heroes on the front lines.”

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