Help Tasha get a degree!

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Hi I'm raising funds for Tasha, my 20 year old niece, who will be pursuing a Bachelor of Biomedical Science at La Trobe University (PSB Academy). As a child, she has always wanted to be a researcher, but unfortunately her father who was the main source of livelihood, past away suddenly due to heart attack when she was 15. Despite her father not leaving a fortune, Tasha together with her younger sister and mother were able to meet ends meet for the past 5 years.

However, with the first semester coming up on March 2021 which comes with a total tuition fee of approximate S$45k, it is a tab too much for her mother to fork out.

Tasha currently needs about S$15k to temporarily alleviate her education costs for the 1st two semester. Thereafter, she is looking to finance her remaining tuition through other means.

As her uncle, I can only help her so much, I have my own family and bills to pay. But I do not want to live in regret that I did not help my late brother's daughter not being able to realize her dreams.

I hope together, we can help her to fulfil Tasha's childhood ambition!


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