Nearly 2,000 families in Michigan have no idea that within a week, all their medical debts will be paid off thanks to Grand Rapids First Church in Wyoming, Michigan, according to MLive. The church partnered with an organization called RIP Medical Debt to wipe clean $1,832,439.26 in medical debt belonging to 1,899 randomly selected families.
Rodney Bullard, the executive director of the Chick-fil-A Foundation and vice president of corporate social responsibility, says that the company would consider working with an LGBTQ organization if a potential partnership was “authentic,” and also revealed that there’s more happening at the company than meets the eye. What are the details? Bullard told Business Insider
Comedian and actor Patton Oswalt found himself in a Twitter feud with a Trump supporter this week. But when he found out that the man had health issues, he decided to help out and ended up raising more than $31,000 to pay for this complete stranger’s medical bills. What’s the story? Oswalt is an outspoken