A group of Jaguars supporters started a fundraiser for a $300 toaster as a wedding gift for Lawrence, who tied the knot last weekend. However, the group received thousands of dollars and pledged to donate the remainder of the money to a charity of Lawrence's choice.
The former Clemson passer took to Twitter on Sunday to thank those involved and announce he'll donate $20,000 to Jacksonville charities.
Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer previously said drafting Lawrence at No. 1 overall is "the direction we're headed."
Lawrence led Clemson to two championship games and one national title. He threw for 10,098 yards and 90 touchdowns against 17 interceptions during his time with the Tigers.