When you were a kid, you probably played pranks on your family and friends. If you were so bold and not really mature, you might even have pranked your neighbors. As a rule, this does not go very well.

How about pranking for a good cause? This is what is happening in western New York with the police departments.

The West Seneca Police Department released a photo of a unicorn on their lawn today. It was left there by the Orchard Park Police Department as part of the Hope Rises cancer awareness campaign. It’s “Prank for a Purpose”.

They encourage neighbors to make jokes for a good cause.

West Seneca PD says he will send him to the Cheektowaga Police Department.

Hope rises It allows you toYou can prank someone by donating to charity, and you can get a unicorn of hope sent to an unsuspecting person or business.

The movement started in 2017 and has since raised over $250,000. The site was founded by Kate Glaser and they say they won’t be stopping anytime soon.

The form to fill out is quite easy, although due to demand you may have an extended wait time for your prank to take place. Yes, with a unicorn!

This is such a cool idea for a good cause. Inflatable unicorns stand out when you’re driving or taking a walk, which is exactly what good movement does. This creates word of mouth. All for a great cause.

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