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Our outcomes by the numbers

for over 7.45 million people in the United States.

by our Community Partnerships with local health advocates.

by our Medical Debt Relief Alliance, a group of donors contributing monthly.

by students of all ages in our Students in Action group.

have partnered with us in debt abolishment.

Demographics of Debt Abolishment

Nearly 50% of adults in the U.S. struggle to afford healthcare

More than half of Black and Hispanic adults report having medical or dental debt compared to a third of white adults.

Black — 57 %
Hispanic — 54 %
White — 34 %

Source: kff.org/report-section/kff-health-care-debt-survey-main-findings

Year to Year Debt Abolished

Undue has already abolished


in 2023 alone.

We are set to surpass our 2022 total of $1.77B abolished, helping 1.87M individuals.

Over a hundred million Americans, one in three, struggles with the weight of medical debt. Explore medical debt that Undue has abolished by region and consider contributing to a current campaign or starting one of your own. 

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Undue Goes Beyond the Finances

Erasing medical debt provides immediate relief to families, but Undue also addresses systemic causes of medical debt by advising local and federal governments and collaborating with partners on public policy reform