$1 GIVEN = $100 OF DEBT RELIEF.  

PAY OFF 1.5 MILLION DOLLARS OF MEDICAL DEBT FOR LOWER-INCOME FAMILIES 

BE MORE THAN A BUSINESS > BE A BUSINESS THAT MAKES OUR CITIES BETTER.

BE THE GOOD IN THE WORLD

MAKE YOUR MONEY COUNT

BUSINESSES THAT GIVE $500 TO THIS CHRISTMAS PROJECT GET 50% OFF OUR ESSENTIALS+ & ESSENTIALS PRO PACKAGE

Step 1

Give Today

Step 2

Be More Than A Business

Step 3

Make Someone's Story Better

HOW DO WE DO IT?
HOW DO WE FORGIVE THE DEBT?

Ecoflow is partnered with RIP Medical Debt that uses donations to purchase bundled medical debt portfolios that have gone through collection agencies for months or years.

 

Using third-party credit data providers, it targets debt incurred by people facing financial hardship whose income is less than two times the federal poverty level guideline or are insolvent, and then forgives it. On average, $1 is leveraged to abolish $100 in medical debt.

BE MORE THAN A BUSINESS

Ecoflow is looking to lock arms with 30 other businesses who will give $500 each - reaching our goal of $15,000 to forgive 1.5 Million of Medical Debt. Be a business that helps our cities and families thrive.

MAKE SOMEONE'S STORY BETTER

Once we reach our goal, people across the country receive a letter that their debt is gone. No taxes. No penalties. Just like that, they’re free of medical debt. This empowers them to live free of the emotional stress and worry debt can bring - making their story, and our cities better.

 
MAKE SOMEONE'S STORY BETTER
  • 25% OF ALL CREDIT CARD DEBT IS MEDICAL DEBT
  • TO AVOID HIGH COSTS, 1-2 PEOPLE DON'T GO TO THE DOCTOR WHEN THEY ARE SICK
  • EVERY DAY OVER $70 MILLION AMERICANS CHOOSE BETWEEN PAYING THEIR MEDICAL BILLS LIKE FOOD AND SHELTER. 
  • AMONG FAMILIES WHO EXPERIENCE MEDICAL BANKRUPTCY, 20.1% ARE MILITARY FAMILIES (American Journal of Medicine, 2009)
  • AMONG THOSE WITH MEDICAL PROBLEMS, 44% SAY THOSE PROBLEMS HAD A MAJOR IMPACT ON THEIR FAMILY (Kaiser Family Foundation / New York Times, 2016)

MAKE YOUR MONEY COUNT

$100 = 10,000

$500 = $50,000

$1K = 100K

$5K = 500K

$200 = $20,000

$600 = $60,000

$2K = $200K

$6K = $600K

$300 = $30,000

$700 = $70,000

$3K = $300k

$7K = $700K

$400 = $40,000

$800 = $80,000

$4K = $400K

$8K = $800K