By: Crispin Havener
It's a sweet competition for a good cause.
Moline High School students had a donut eating competition today to raise money for their "Share Joys" program. It's a school wide effort in which students buy clothes for under privileged children.
Students say it's a fun way to give back to their community.
"There's a lot of kids who don't have what we have," Matthew Brill said. "It's a good opportunity to try to give them a fun holiday season. You know put some presents under the tree."
The event raised nearly $16,000. That can help clothe more than 250 Quad Cities kids.