Meals on (really fast) wheels
NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon (right) and UGA student Camden Lowrance deliver meals to a family for Campus Kitchen. The four-time stock car racing champion visited campus in August as part of Drive to End Hunger, a campaign to raise awareness about older adult hunger. “I’m not Jeff Gordon today,” he said. “I’m just here delivering this on behalf of Campus Kitchen.” The program provides healthy meals to Athenians using fresh produce and collected excess food. The Drive to End Hunger was created by AARP and its foundation. In 2011 AARP became NASCAR’s first cause-based primary sponsor, with the Drive to End Hunger featured on the No. 24 Chevrolet driven by Gordon.