Tulsa firefighters and members of the Tulsa Police Department are going head to head in a battle to collect money for the Salvation Army.
It's the Fire vs. Police Challenge and will take place at Woodland Hills Mall today. Firefighters will be ringing bells and collecting money for the Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign in front of four doors at the mall, located at 71st and Memorial.
Located at four other doors? Tulsa police officers who have the same goal.
The teams will be manning the doors for seven hours. The side that collects the most money by the end of those seven hours is the winner, but the real winner is the Salvation Army, which is trying to serve more than four-million people in need during the Christmas season.
If you'd like to help, visit the mall today and pay your Tulsa firefighters and police officers a visit!