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AARP Extends Deal To Sponsor Jeff Gordon's Sprint Cup Ride
Published October 4, 2012
AARP Foundation President Jo Ann Jenkins said that over the last two years, the Drive to End Hunger campaign has raised more than $17M in corporate sponsorship and individual donations. The AARP Foundation has used the money to serve over 13 million meals across the country. Jenkins said the foundation estimates that its Drive to End Hunger message has reached more than 1 billion people, which surpasses what the AARP Foundation expected when they signed the sponsorship in '10.