CLEVELAND (WTOL) - Baker Mayfield has received quite a warm welcome in Cleveland.

The rookie quarterback lead his team to a seven-win season in 2018, and although the Browns didn’t make the playoffs this year, Mayfield is a beacon of hope for Cleveland fans far and wide.

This is why some of his fans have stepped up to pay a fine he received for celebrating a touchdown on the sidelines when the Browns faced off against the Bengals.

His loyal fans set up a GoFundMe account to pay the $10,026 for their city’s savior.

But Mayfield stepped up in an even bigger way.

He tweeted that the money raised for the fine would go to help out Providence House, an organization that protects at-risk children in the Cleveland area and supports families through crisis situations while striving to end child abuse and neglect.

The GoFundMe page has so far raised $4,927, almost halfway to the goal.