The drive was created in memory of Sergeant Ricky Timbrook, who was killed in the line of duty in 1999.
It is amed to provide the less fortunate families with gifts and gifts to get through the holiday season.
The Department of Social Services provides the list of families who will benefit from the annual drive and this year, 35 families received donations. Toys were collected for children who were 18 and under.
"Food basically. You know, getting help with my bills and stuff too.But I appreciate everybody helping out," says April Harris, a longtime Winchester resident receiving donations.
Timbrook's widow says he had a heart for giving back.
"He loved it. I mean, for a couple of years, he had given bikes to a couple of families that he knew that didn't have anything so I know he would've loved to see how big it's grown," says Kelly Timbrook-Weart.
Families graciously accepted the donations and could not say "thank you" enough.
Money donations are still being accepted. To do so, a check can be written towards The Ricky Timbrook Memorial Foundation. Checks can be mailed or dropped off at the Winchester Police Foundation.