When Arch Manning partnered with Panini America to auction off his trading card in July, he wanted to make sure the proceeds went to a good cause.

The trading card sold for $102,500. On Tuesday, Manning announced at a check presentation that all of the proceeds will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas.

The Ronald McDonald House provides lodging and support services for families with children in Central Texas Hospitals.

“Helping children live healthy and fulfilling lives is important to me and my family,” Manning said, per On3.

According to On3NIL, a total of 36 bids were put in for the trading card.

Manning, a highly-touted true freshman quarterback for the Texas Longhorns, has not appeared in a game yet for the team.

The No. 9 Longhorns fell 34-30 to Red River rival Oklahoma. The Sooners handed Texas its first loss of the season.

Texas (5-1) will now prepare for its matchup against Houston (2-3) on Oct. 21 at 4 p.m. on Fox.