Winner, winner, burrito dinner for the emergency shelter in Manhattan

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MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) - What would you do with a year’s supply of Qdoba burritos?

Cameron Koger, freshman at Kansas State University from Overbrook, KS, is donating his winnings to the Manhattan Emergency Shelter.

At last Saturday’s K-State game, Cameron was the first of two contestants to score a 3-pointer and get to Willie Wildcat during a half-time 3-point contest sponsored by Qdoba.

Following his win, Cameron tweeted, offering to give away his prize of a year’s supply of Qdoba.

He later announced that he would be donating his prize to the Manhattan Emergency Shelter. Qdoba replied to his tweet, stating they would double the amount for his donation.

“I was in Leadership Studies and we studied food insecurity. I knew that Manhattan was a community that had the highest food insecurity rate in Kansas. So I knew that I wanted to help out here.” K-State freshman, Cameron Koger stated.

“Hopefully, with the help of Qdoba, by doubling the amount that he’s already donated to us, we’ll be able to feed up to 120 people.” Manhattan Emergency Shelter, Volunteer and Donations Coordinator, Jessica Wilkus says.

If you would like to donate to the Manhattan Emergency Shelter, this week’s need is pillows and blankets. The Shelter is always in need of cleaning supplies, toilet paper and paper towels.