Baker Mayfield wants funds raised for fine to help Cleveland children and families

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Fans who rallied to pay Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield’s fine for unsportsmanlike conduct are becoming a part of a much greater cause.

Baker Mayfield has spoken, and designated the money for Providence House.

Providence House protects at-risk children and supports families with a shelter, trauma services, parent support and more.

You may remember Mayfield took part in a fundraiser for Providence House December 11 and raised $110,000 for the organization.

He also shared a picture of his special Providence House and Special Olympics cleats in November.

It’s clear Baker has more than great football in store for Cleveland.

You can still donate here.

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