Once again, Tulsans are stepping up to help Harvey victims.
The Red Cross has set up shop at Woodland Hills Mall.
The Red Cross has set up shop in the center court on the lower level.
Today, in particular, they are collecting money and signing up volunteers to help with Harvey.
They are wrapping up for the day, but you can still text to donate or donate online.
Since Harvey hit, the Red Cross has deployed hundreds of volunteers.
They are spread throughout the gulf coast and Houston area, providing shelter and hot meals to roughly 32-thousand people.
Every weekend the Red Cross does a blood drive here at the mall but this go around the mall reached out to them to offer this space specifically for Harvey relief donations.
"I think it's horrible. There's only so much we can do from here, but tragedy hits and you really don't know what to do. Everybody is in a panic. So, it's unfortunate to see everybody like that." Said Katlyn Saxon.
Macy's, White House Black Market, Eddie Bauer and James Avery stores are also donating a portion of sales to Harvey relief.