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The YouTube group Praynksters—known for pulling good deed pranks—brought some much-needed relief to a 30-year-old wife and mother suffering from cancer.

Amanda Kofoed, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in October 2016, and her husband Clint thought they were making a GoFundMe video to help them raise money for the mounting medical bills they face.

But the Christian group Praynksters had something else in mind.

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During filming, they surprised the couple with a line of 200 people with $100 bills in hand.

The couple cried and thanked each well-wisher who waited through the long line to donate money. It’s a real tearjerker.

The day the video was filmed, they managed to raise over $13,000, but since have reached $57,000 on Amanda’s GoFundMe page.