WFCA All-Star Football Game

As a health system, we are continuously assessing the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on both our organization and community. Safety is our top priority for patients, families, community partners, and staff. We are working continuously to make the best and safest decisions on providing care to families, gathering as a community and celebrating together.

TBD

July 17

WFCA All-Star Football Game benefiting Children's Wisconsin

Football players from across the state are nominated by their high school coaches to play in these prestigious annual North vs. South All-Star Charity Football Games. Each year, more than 400 players are nominated and 220 were chosen to take part. In return for the honor of participating, each player raises at least $750 in funds for Children's Wisconsin, the game's beneficiary.

As a health system, we are continuously assessing the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on both our organization and community. Safety is our top priority for patients, families, community partners, and staff. We are working continuously to make the best and safest decisions on providing care to families, gathering as a community and celebrating together.

Date: July 17, 2021
Location:
TBD

 

Watch the video from the 2019 WFCA All-Star Football Game

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