As the old saying goes, when life gives you lemons, start a lemonade stand!

6-year-old Brayden Eckstein from Nashua, New Hampshire, has an awesome business model that we can all learn from. Like many of us, his first money-making gig is selling lemonade to his thirsty neighbors for 50 cents a cup.

The difference between Brayden and most kids his age, instead of taking his earnings and buying a new Xbox game, he wanted to donate it to his kindergarten teacher whose husband has recently been diagnosed with cancer, according to WMUR.

The news station reported that he wanted to keep this a secret from his teacher, but thanks to social media, she saw what he was doing over the weekend and was unbelievably touched.

She and her husband swung by the lemonade stand to thank Brayden in person, the news station stated, and $327 was raised towards the American Cancer Society.

They are well on their way towards their $1,000 goal.

What a proud moment for Brayden's parents and teacher. He is truly a special young man!