A Saratoga business was just hoping to raise money for a great cause but instead, they had their donation box stolen and they're looking for help to get it back.

Year after year, the people at Sunnyside Gardens puts a donation box out for a local charity and match the total money at the end of the season, according to WNYT. Some years they've actually been able to give upwards of $3000 to a charity but this year, it's different, this year, it was stolen.

They were hoping to give that money to Center for the Family, according to their Facebook page. Ned Chapman, owner of Sunnyside Gardens said of the organization, "Most of them are victims of child abuse. They don't have it easy. If we can make it a little easier for them, that's what we're trying to do."

Something like this has never happened to them in the past and right now, they're just hoping to have their money returned so it can go to the organization that deserves it. If you have any information, reach out to Sunnyside Gardens via their Facebook page or call (518) 584-1034. They said, no questions asked.