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John and Regina Foutch's struggles with medical debt made it difficult to get by. NBC 5 viewers stepped up, and we were able to deliver the good news.
A Fort Worth woman said she's committed to making a monthly donation to help North Texans who are struggling with medical debt. Her donation is in memory of her friend, Grace, who died last week.
A woman from Garland prayed several times a day for her medical debt to be eliminated after seeing NBC 5's Medical Debt Initiative -- and then a yellow envelope arrived in her mailbox.
NBC Owned Television Stations, the parent company of NBC 5, partnered with the charity RIP Medical Debt to eliminate millions of dollars of medical debt for people across North Texas.
When the teacher saw the yellow envelope in the mail, she couldn’t believe her eyes. Medical debt is something that’s been haunting her for many years. But with the help of a $31 donation, that debt is now...
Covenant Church donated to RIP Medical Debt to eliminate medical debt for families in Colleyville, Carrollton, Crossroads and McKinney
A pastor in Carrollton heard about NBC 5's medical debt initiative and wanted to get involved. He said with a problem that's so massive, he knew he had to do something big to help make a change.
Covenant Church in Carrollton is giving the community its own Easter gift, donating $100,000 to the charity RIP Medical Debt.