Salvation Army Chief Draws Attention to Tulsa's Homeless Issue
The head of the Salvation Army in Tulsa is drawing attention to the plight of Tulsa’s homeless. Captain Ken Chapman is ‘living the life’ for the next several days.
He is walking 66 miles over the next 66 hours along Route 66. It is an effort to raise $66,000 to help the Salvation Army finance its homeless mission in Tulsa.
Chapman says over 300 people spend each night at the Salvation Army's Center for Hope in Tulsa. He says many of those are children.
He left Claremore this morning and will be walking to Sapulpa and then back to the B-O-K Center. He will be spending his nights in a cardboard box along the way.