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Chiefs vs. Steelers: Pittsburgh to collect for Salvation Army during Monday Night Football

The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Salvation Army are raising funds for the Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Collection.

Justin K. Aller

The Pittsburgh Steelers will collect donations for the Salvation Army on Monday night against the Kansas City Chiefs during their annual Salvation Army Red Kettle Collection.

Fans at Heinz Field can donate at the one of the 29 kettles that will be placed throughout the stadium. The funds raised will go specifically to the Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Collection. A Salvation Army brass ensemble will perform outside the NFL Game Day Live tent to raise awareness about the disaster relief fund.

Those who cannot attend the game but wish to contribute to the Salvation Army Disaster Relief/Hurricane Sandy Kettle Collection can visit to make a donation through the official Pittsburgh Steelers website.

To learn more about the Salvation Army, visit its official website.

The Steelers are also planning to celebrate Veteran's Day on Monday night. Fans attending the game are encouraged to arrive early to practice a card stunt that will thank the military.