Court of Appeal Donation Update Five (5) – 22 August 2019

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Total donations from 21 to 22 August@11.55 pm: $555.07

Thank you for your kindness. It is nearing the end of the campaign. I had aimed to raise the sum by 22 Aug, which is today, but I am only at the 25% mark ($5,000). Please help if you can. Any amount of donation will help me to get to my goal – if 15,000 people each give me $1, I would get there.

The purpose of these funds is to pay the Security for Costs of $20,000, in order for me to appeal my case to the Court of Appeal.

NUS (National University of Singapore) has refused to waive the Security for Costs, in its attempt to block my appeal to the Court of Appeal.

With thanks,

Please read my appeal here:
Last Push To Obtain Justice – Urgent Appeal For Funds To Get To The Court Of Appeal 8 August 2019





POSB Everyday Savings Account

Ten Leu Jiun Jeanne-Marie
DBS Bank Pte Ltd
12 Marina Boulevard,
DBS Asia Central,
Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3,
Singapore 018982

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Recently published articles/commentaries on my case:
Embattled former NUS student Jeanne-Marie Ten’s embarks on last leg of fundraising campaign
Woman crowdfunds for 20K in legal proceedings against NUS
Is SG Unconsciously Pushing Our Children Into Forced Social Activism?

Breakdown of Donation Sources

POSB Account$419.34

I set up a crowdfunding appeal on the “Go Get Funding” platform since 9 August 2019. The funds received from this crowdfunding platform are automatically rerouted to my POSB account and Paypal account. The rerouting to POSB typically takes several days. So I will count the funds as POSB funds when they are banked into the POSB account.

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