The department will be selling meals of brisket, beans, potato salad and a drink for $15, all of which will go to Price.
A live auction will also take place at 5 p.m.
Bad Azz Bikes in Temple donated a set of motorcycle speakers to be auctioned off.
“It’s a really good cause,” Bad Azz Bikes co-owner Cameron Johnson said. “Being a first responder and me being retired from the Army, the whole military-first responder community goes hand in hand.
“We love to support one another. If we can help, we are going to.”
Bohica Espresso in Killeen has also donated to Price by offering part of the proceeds from sales of its large coffee and energy drinks.
Penske Truck Rental has donated gift certificates for the auction, and Weber’s Guns has donated a range day, Riera said.
Elm Mott Fire Chief Casey Perry said he hopes the community rallies around Price and supports him as much as he supports them.
“Jerry is an absolute asset to the fire department and has been for a really long time,” Perry said. “He has contributed to our success as a department through the years.”
Perry said Price’s military background helped the department build a great team of individuals who are in it “for the right reasons.”