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A 20-year-old college student at Cornell University made thousands from the GameStop stock price surge and he’s doing something very noble with the money.
The man, Hunter Kahn, told CNN that he used some of his earnings from his GameStop stock to pay for six Nintendo Switch Lite consoles that he donated to the Children’s Minnesota Hospital in Minneapolis. Kahn cashed out of his GameStop position last week, earning $30,000 from his investment.
Kahn said in an Instagram post that he felt a duty to pay it forward after making big money from his GameStop stock. “These events have highlighted a lot of corruption and with this transfer of power it is important that we don’t become men in suits ourselves,” he said. “I am proud to announce my humble donation of 6 Nintendo Switches and games to go with them to the Children’s Minnesota Hospital. Can’t Stop. Won’t Stop.”