This April, Break is using its prank powers for good. In honor of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, they are helping raise awareness and funds for anti-bullying programs for kids and teens.
Break is creating their own “positive pranks” – surprising people with random moments of joy – and teaming up with their favorite YouTube pranksters to help spread the word and get people involved. For every 1,000 views any of our pranks receive, we’ll donate $1 to the anti-bullying charity, DoSomething.org. We’re doing this because we love pranks – but more importantly, we believe in pranks for a purpose.
Be a slightly less terrible person by making a positive prank of your own! Follow any of our 3 examples or get creative, and send us a photo or video of your prank via Twitter with #PrankitFWD. We’ll give away $500 to our favorite!