For one Manchester, NH, boy, his art didn't just land on the refrigerator.

Five-year-old Oliver Moyer is selling his art to raise money for the NH Food Bank, according to WMUR.com, and he began painting rocks in his virtual art class.

Oliver is in kindergarten, and his mom said she thought it would be cool to leave the painted rocks at their neighbors' houses to spread some cheer, the news station reported. 

WMUR.com reports that the rocks were such a hit that the neighbors decided to pay it forward.  For every rock they got, they started making donations to the New Hampshire Food Bank!

Oliver's mom, Jen Moyer, tells WMUR that so much money started coming in that they were able to drop off a check to the NH Food Bank for $1500.

The rocks all contain a message of hope and love, and they are so popular that the requests keep rolling in!