Toys For Tots isn't the only local group giving back to the community.
Integrated Community Services hosted the kids Christmas shopping Friday.
Kids from several shelters came out to shop for eight of their relatives on the group's dime.
Volunteers from integrated community services were on hand wrapping gifts.
It's a way for kids to share the joy of Christmas with their parents and loved ones.
"We feel that everybody like to have something little under the tree, so this is our way letting the kids to come and give back to their parents," says Roger Bradley of Integrated Community Services.
The shopping continues tomorrow with kids from Children's Home Society, Gustke Shelter, Westbrook and others participating.