-- Jared Fogle, the longtime spokesman for sandwich giant Subway, may be instantly recognizable to millions of people after starring in the company's ads for 15 years but less is known about his eponymous charity.
The Jared Foundation's executive director, Russell Taylor, was arrested on federal child pornography-related charges two months ago and now Fogle has become the subject of an off-shoot FBI investigation and his Indiana home was raided by law enforcement on Tuesday.
The charity's mission statement, as listed on both its website and on multiple tax filings, is "to work with children, their parents and caregivers to educate them and to create programs to help avoid and deal with childhood obesity."
Much of the charity's work appears to be dedicated to starting partnerships with schools and companies, arranging "Jared Joggers" groups for various marathons and fundraising runs across the country.
The Jared Foundation does not have its own social media accounts, instead linking its website to Fogle's verified accounts. It was there that he announced a partnership with MGM in 2012.