2. Waitress Chelsea Roff is the kind of person who always thinks of others before herself. So Break.com decided to “prank it forward” by giving her a shift she would never forget.
For every 1,000 views Break say they will donate $1 to social change organization DoSomething.org.
3. The Venice, Calif., resident raised her sister from when she was just a child, overcame an eating disorder, and started her own non-profit, Eat Breathe Thrive, which helps people overcome their own eating disorders through yoga.
4. Break bugged the restaurant, Spring St. Smoke House, with cameras, and filled it with undercover tippers.
5. Chelsea’s longtime friend Diana Roehl was in on the prank, helping behind the scenes.
“I know Chelsea, when she gets all of these surprises she might faint,” Diana said. “And she deserves every bit of it”