MADISON (WKOW) -- A former Packer was in Madison Tuesday for the Salvation Army's annual Tin Cup Lunch.
LeRoy Butler, the inventor of the 'Lambeau Leap', was in town to continue his relationship with the Salvation Army.
The event raised money for the Salvation Army of Dane County.
During his speech, Butler looked ahead to the holiday red kettle campaign.
"If you see some guy, or some young lady, out there ringing the bell, whatever the weather is, all they need is some change, that's all. Every little bit helps," he said.
The Salvation Army's red kettle campaign begins November 1.
The organization provides shelter to families, food through the pantry, and school supplies and holiday gifts for children.
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