You’ve heard of flash mobs — groups of people who connect through social media. They meet up at a certain time and location and do unexpected things, such as breaking into pillow fights in city squares, or performing choreographed dances on train platforms.
Members of a local group called the PraYnksters have given the flash mob idea their own spin by organizing “giving mobs.” They’re faith-based, but not affiliated with a particular church.
PraYnkster founder Jeff Agosta and the rest of his kindness crew — who once gave an entire Christmas celebration complete with tree and gifts to a refugee family, purchased donuts for unsuspecting people at the local farmers market this past summer and more —are still up to their old tricks.
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They recently surprised several local families with full Thanksgiving dinners. They’ve just released a new video detailing the fun, spirit and charity.
Connect with the PraYnksters on Facebook and watch their past videos.