Restaurant donating part of profits to mother killed in fire - WNEM TV 5

Restaurant donating part of profits to mother killed in fire

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FLINT TOWNSHIP, MI (WNEM) -

Several Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant locations will donate 10 percent of their profits Monday to help the family of a woman who was killed in a fire Feb. 26.

Tiffany Dorman was killed in a fire at her home on Lask Drive in Flint Township. Her fiance, Charles Hughes, was able to save the lives of the couple's 11- and 2-year-old sons.

Eighteen locations, including the restaurants in Flint Township, Grand Blanc, Lapeer and Fenton are part of the special fundraising effort.

Dorman worked at the Fenton location and her co-workers have been accepting cash and item donations at the store since the incident.

The community has come together to support Dorman's family. Gebrael Property Management is donating a Flint home to Hughes for at least six months at no cost and they have been accepting donations to make sure the home is fully furnished.

The Home Depot is donating supplies and several volunteers from their company will be helping with the project. Many residents donated their time and efforts to help refurbish the home. TV5's David Custer was one of many to lend a helping hand.

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