Oklahoma's Own is making it a memorable holiday for some families in need.
Members of the Fraternal Order of Police surprised about a dozen families with a grocery shopping spree.
The FOP chose shoppers randomly. As those customers prepared to pay for their groceries, an officer walked up, and took care of the bill.
"It's just a small way for all the support we receive from the community to give a little bit back," said Mark Nelson, Vice President of the OKC FOP.
The officers also helped load groceries into shoppers' cars.