Casey McIntyre, a New York City woman who died of cancer, wanted to make sure her life was celebrated in a way that helped others. That’s why she, with the help of her husband, arranged to “buy” the medical debt of others.

After her passing, her husband, Andrew Rose Gregory shared a post, pre-written by McIntyre, to X that stated, “if you’re reading this I have passed away.” The post followed with a link to a fundraising campaign started through the nonprofit RIP Medical Debt.

The campaign ended up raising about $140K, which was enough to buy around $14 million in medical debt.

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