Les Draught thought he may have been being scammed when someone called and wanted to buy $10,000 of flowers.

Small businesses are hurting. Most are hurting bad. These businesses are people's livelihoods and way of life and when nobody is purchasing goods the way they were a month ago, it's not easy.

When that anonymous donor said they wanted $10,000 in flowers, you can imagine how Draught's Farmers Market felt. What are all of those flowers for?

The anonymous person wanted to brighten people's day by sending them to hospitals and if they can't receive them, give them to nursing homes.

He joined Clay and Company on how much that good deed means to him and the Western New York community.