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OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - The Omaha community continues to offer support for employees impacted by the Old Market fire.
On Thursday, a popular restaurant chain, Raising Cane’s, will donate 15 percent of its sales from three participating locations to the Salvation Army’s Old Market Employee Emergency Fund.
Diners must tell the cashier if they would also like to donate cash or make and additional donation using their credit card.
It runs from 10 a.m. to close at these three locations:
The Salvation Army says employees of M’s Pub, Nouvelle Eve, Market House and Niche can call the fund hotline at 402-898-7537 for a need assessment appointment.
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