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Jason Dufner

Founded by PGA TOUR player Jason Dufner, the Jason Dufner Foundation focuses on ending childhood hunger in Lee County, Alabama through partnerships with local, regional and national organizations. Currently, the foundation provides weekend meals for more than 800 children throughout the school year and summer break, as well as providing resources and programs to impactful Auburn-area initiatives such as the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Lee County and the Hunger Solutions Institute at Auburn University.

The Foundation is also active with End Childhood Hunger in Alabama (ECHA) – a statewide task force formed to leverage resources, raising awareness and funds for the issue.

Jason truly loves and supports the Auburn community and believes #HungerIsntAGame, and is working hard to ensure no child goes hungry in Lee County.

Click here to see the numerous businesses that kindly support the purchase of your Jason Dufner Foundation Survival Straps gear and the generous offers they extend to those who own them.

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