A lot of people profited off of last week’s Wall Street crisis, but how many can we say are actually using those earnings for good?Hunter Kahn, a 20 year old college student, raked in about 30,000 off his investments in GameStop last week. He attends Cornell University and currently studies mechanical engineering, however, he joined in on the stock market madness last week and made out pretty well.
Hunter donated 6 Nintendo Switch Lites, several games and e-shop gift cards, along with accessories like screen protectors and cases. In a recent Instagram post he said, “as a beneficiary of the recent events on Wall Street I think it is important that myself and others pay forward our good fortune…” And later reiterated, “there’s no group of people more deserving of receiving a bunch of video games than some kids going through a hard time.”
He plans to use the rest of his stock earnings to pay off his college tuition and feels really good about his donations because he believes nobody should act like the suits of Wall Street when it comes to large profits.
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