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2020 Green & Gold Gala goes virtual

September 8, 2020

The 32nd Annual Green & Gold Gala, presented by Family Services and the Green Bay Packers, will stream live on YouTube and Facebook on Friday, September 18th, 2020.

(Green Bay, Wis.) – Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin, in partnership with Green Bay Packers Give Back, will host the 32nd Annual Green & Gold Gala on Friday, September 18, 2020 from 7 to 9 p.m. as a virtual live-streaming event.

The Green & Gold Gala will begin at 7 p.m. with a pre-show featuring music by the band Hip Pocket, as well as messages from Green Bay Packers Alumni. An entertaining live show will follow at 7:30 p.m. hosted by Packers Alumnus Nick Barnett, local radio personality Nick Freimuth, and FOX 11’s Michelle Melby. This exciting virtual experience will feature an online auction with several premiere items, exclusive messages from Green Bay Packers Alumni, and a conversation with Josh Sitton and Scott Wells of the Packers’ Super Bowl XLV Champion Team in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Packers’ win.

Tickets to the Green & Gold Gala are typically $250 each, but this year anyone can watch the live show and bid in the online auction for FREE. Those who are interested in participating should register at http://greengoldgala.com.

Raffle Tickets are also available to the public until the live show begins. The Golden Ticket is $100 each for the chance to win your choice of a vacation or a $2,500 Visa gift card. The Green Ticket is $25 each for the chance to win a Traeger Pro 575 Pellet Grill, grilling accessories, and package of premium meats. Winners will be announced at the end of the live show. To purchase raffle tickets, contact Jessica Gaedtke at (920) 436-4360 ext. 1334 or jgaedtke@familyservicesnew.org.

Family Services would like to thank the George Kress Foundation for generously putting forward a $30,000 match for donations raised during the event. Proceeds support Family Services programming across over a dozen Northeast Wisconsin counties. The non-profit organization uses a trauma-informed approach to offer help and hope to over 18,000 children, families and individuals each year who are struggling due to mental or behavioral health problems, isolation, or the trauma of sexual assault or child abuse.

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