Steelers to score big for Salvation Army Disaster Services and Salute Military Veterans

The Pittsburgh Steelers are once again supporting the efforts of both The Salvation Army and America's veterans with an organized effort on November 12 as the Steelers take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football.

A Salvation Army brass ensemble will perform outside of the NFL Game Day Live tent and 29 red Christmas kettles will be placed throughout Heinz Field raising funds for The Salvation Army Disaster Relief/Hurricane Sandy Kettle Collection.

A massive Veteran's Day celebration is also planned for game day. Fans are encouraged to arrive early to practice for special card stunt in the stands to thank the military.

For those not attending the game but wish to support The Salvation Army Disaster Relief/Hurricane Sandy Kettle Collection, donations can be made by clicking on "Steelers Online Red Kettle."

To learn more about The Salvation Army in Western Pennsylvania, log onto, or

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