By WCCO-TV Staff

MNNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Richfield couple has spent the pandemic supporting one of their favorite local restaurants — but they didn’t expect it to return the favor.

On Tuesday night, Fireside Foundry gave 100% of its profits to Tracy and Bill Jenson. The longtime customers lost their house and two cars in a fire last month. Fireside’s owners decided they had to help, even though the pandemic has them operating at half-capacity.

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“To be so generous and to give back to people like us, you know is just, it’s unbelievable,” Tracy Jenson said.

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They say their neighborhood truly feels like a family.

“It’s been a rough year, and to do this, this is just amazing,” Bill Jenson said.

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A GoFundMe account has been set up to help the Jensons.