A big donation to the Salvation Army will help cover some of the costs the charity has been using to care for residents of Patten Towers.
PK Management, the company that owns the government assisted housing complex, donated $7,000 to the Salvation Army Tuesday.
It's been nearly two weeks since residents were evacuated from the building because of a large electrical fire.
Since then, the Salvation Army has been helping feed residents. There's still no word when they will return to the building.
Last week, PK Management donated $10,000 to the Red Cross which has also been assisting with the efforts.
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