It's called the "suspended meal" program, and it's fantastic.

O-Town's new program basically survives off of customers buying a little something extra...for somebody else.

They're making an effort to help those less fortunate, especially those who sleep at the Salvation Army down the street every night. They open early to serve those folks, and have given out about 175 meals in the last month.

And here's one of the best parts - customers can order online and contribute to the program, too. A local salon is participating as well - customers at Fiesta Salon can contribute to a haircut for somebody less fortunate.

Doesn't take much to give back. Nice job, Owosso businesses!