In March of 2014, the people at the YouTube channel Break, decided to "Prank it Fwd" with a week of positive pranks. They started with Chelsea Roff, a waitress at the Spring Street Smoke House, but they didn't just pick her at random. If anyone was in need of a good shift at work, it was her. She has had her share of obstacles in life, including raising her younger sister and overcoming an eating disorder at a young age. Being a waitress isn't a lucrative career, but despite a small paycheck, Chelsea still supports herself and maintains a non-profit, Eat Breathe Thrive, that she started to help others overcome eating disorders with yoga.
Today, everything is going to change for Chelsea. The people at Break are all ready to go with hidden cameras and people have been picked out to go in and be served by her. Even though it wasn't intended, the good luck for Chelsea didn't stop here. With all the media attention sounding this fun video, her non-profit managed to take in $2,000 in donations that came through its parent organization "The Give Back Yoga Foundation."
Curious what all of these people did for her? Check out the video to see how Break paid it forward to Chelsea.