Green Bay Packers and Super Bowl 31 Champion full back William Henderson greeted football fans during summer-like heat at Lambeau Field for the 6th annual Touchdowns for Charity food drive Sunday, September 24, 2017.
“Today was an absolute pleasure. Seeing all the excitement and the fans, getting involved in something positive. It’s been an unbelievable experience for me today and I appreciate Sargento for including me,” said Henderson.
At kickoff on the Frozen Tundra, it was 89 degrees setting a Lambeau Field record. Henderson joked that he brought the heat from his native Virginia with him.
“I always get my son Packers stuff for his ‘man cave,’” said Donna LeCloux of Green Bay. “I saw this and I couldn’t pass it up. I watched (Henderson) play and he was awesome! He also did a lot for the community and that’s important. This is a great day!” she said.
William Henderson greeted fans for two hours. Fans who donated a non-perishable food item or cash, could meet and greet the Packers veteran and sample Sargento Chef Ulrich Koberstein’s ’15 Cheese Mac ‘n’ Cheese Tacos’ marking our 15th season of Touchdowns for Charity. Throughout 15 Packers seasons, Sargento has donated more than $1.2 million to tackle hunger in Wisconsin thanks to the Green Bay Packers’ offense. Each touchdown scored during the regular season means $1500 from Sargento toward hunger relief.