$1.5 Million Worth Of Medical Debt Erased In Upstate NY

An organization that pays off people’s medical debts helped out Upstate New Yorkers. Rest In Peace Medical Debt is a non-profit that buys and forgives unpaid medical debt across the U.S. for those in need. They paid the bills of nearly 1,300 Upstate New Yorkers for $1.5 million. Ithaca residents Judith Jones and Carolyn Kenyon worked with the organization to make it happen and raised over $12,000 on their own for the cause. Check out more in the link below:

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