Hundreds of homes in New Mexico and Arizona not too long ago experienced their clinical money owed eradicated, many thanks to St. Bede’s Episcopal Church in Santa Fe.
The church worked by means of a nonprofit business called RIP Professional medical Debt that buys up health-related debt and then works by using donations to pay out it off.
“The driving force guiding this was our pastor, Rev. Catherine Volland,” claimed Peg Maish, a spokeswoman for St. Bede’s. “She was genuinely advocating for it. In all, it was about a year and a fifty percent in the generating, from looking into