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Thursday, April 04, 2019

Maryland church wipes out the medical debt of more than 900 families in a $1.9 million act of kindness with no strings attached

A church in Maryland has eradicated the medical debts of more than 900 families across 14 different counties, in a no-strings-attached act of incredible kindness worth almost $2 million.

Revolution Annapolis, a 170-member nondenominational church, sent anonymous letters out to the lucky families on Monday to tell them their medical bills – both big and small – had been wiped clean.

The church covered costs as little as $200, all the way up to $100,000 as part of the incredible scheme.

To fund the project, Revolution raised $15,000 in December thanks to a fundraising drive, and later partnered with the non-profit, RIP Medical Debt, to help pay $1,893,288.73 worth of medical bills in central and eastern Maryland.



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Anonymous said...

that`s very generous of them but maybe next time they should spend some of that money in the poorest counties in the state instead of spending it all in the richest counties.

Anonymous said...

Always so negative. When you raise money to purchase the debt, you buy it how you want in the counties you want.