Cleveland Browns Quarterback Baker Mayfield spent Tuesday night raising money for charity.
He auctioned off a pair of shoes he wore in a game for $14,000 to benefit Providence House.
Mayfield and his fiancée, Emily Wilkenson, auctioned off two dinners for 10 with the couple for $32,000 each.
The pair raised more than $110,000 for the charity.
Providence House is a nonprofit organization that offers emergency shelters to children actively living in crisis situations which place them at risk of abuse or neglect.
Absolutely unbelievable... just witnessed $110,000 being raised in under 10 minutes for @provhouseCLE. @emily_wilk and I couldn’t be more excited to help support this great foundation. #Give10
— Baker Mayfield (@bakermayfield) December 12, 2018