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Clint and Amanda Kofoed are parents to four children but their world has drastically changed in October when Amanda was diagnosed with stage three Classical Hodgkins Lymphoma. In this Praynksters video, the couple thinks they are filming a clip for GoFundMe but they soon catch on to the surprise. Over 100 people trekked through the door, almost everyone carrying $100 to donate to Clint and Amanda. 

Close to earning her teaching degree, Amanda has had to drop out of school and quit her job to undergo intense chemotherapy treatment. The stresses of medical bills, emergencies and raising a family can be overwhelming at times which is why friends of the Kofoed's have set up a GoFundMe. We believe in you Amanda, you are one strong woman!

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