“I asked if they could delay my treatment until January,” she told the Idaho Statesman.
A family friend, Jessie Horney, set up a GoFundMe account soon after to help raise money for medical expenses.
That’s when Praynksters stepped in. One of the co-founders of the group, Jesse Fadel, is a childhood friend of Kofoed’s husband, Clint.
“When we first got the news, we called all of our friends and family. They told us ‘don’t worry about the insurance,'” Amanda Kofoed said.
The Praynksters crew invited Kofoed and her husband to a coffee shop to make a “thank you” video for people who had donated through GoFundMe. But the most dramatic generosity was only about to begin.
As the camera rolled, almost 200 Praynksters volunteers flooded the coffee shop holding $100 bills. Each volunteer laid the money on the Kofoed’s table.
“So many old friends and so many new friends …
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