BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Jimmy’s Famous Seafood Fund continues to grow, as does the effort to save Baltimore bars and restaurants struggling amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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On Wednesday, Jimmy’s Famous Seafood posted that the Baltimore Orioles came through with a $5,000 donation.

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The total has now passed the $300,000 mark.

If the fund reaches $350,000, CNBC personality Marcus Lemonis pledges to add in another $20,000 donation.

The Famous Fund recently donated $20,000 to the owners of Shotti’s Point. The owners, Mike and Lisa Shott, said they plan to use the donation to catch up on bills and payroll.

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CBS Baltimore Staff