Edna Panganiban Mingi, a former secondary maths teacher at Leuteboro National High School and now a teacher in Thailand, has suffered a cardiac arrest on January 9, 2019.
According to a Facebook post of Jezzamyn Mingi, Ms. Edna already underwent cardiac catheterization and is scheduled to have another cardiac procedure on February 18. However, the new procedure will require another 470,000 baht. Due to the hospital bills that she already incurred, she is now incapable of covering her upcoming procedure.
Jezzamyn Mingi is helping her former teacher to look for financial help to cover the medical bills. She asked to directly deposit any amount to Ms. Edna’s account.
Read the complete Facebook post below.
Ma’am Edna Panganiban Mingi, our secondary school maths teacher at Leuteboro National High school suffered cardiac arrest last 09 January 2019 in Thailand where she worked as a teacher.
Ma’am Eds underwent Cardiac Catheterization and will require another cardiac procedure on 18 February. The procedure will require another 470,000 Thai Baht or around 15,000 USD and she is financially drained due to the bills of the hospital procedures.
Please kindly help to donate to help her with her medical bills. She’s a widow, an OFW in Thailand with two children who just finished their schooling. She now lost her job due to this medical emergency.
* You may send directly through her Thai savings account:
Edna Marina P. Mingi
Krungthai Bank Thailand – Phimai, Nakhon Ratchasima Branch
Account#: 983- 4774 -397
Swift Code: KRTHTHBK
* Or donate using crowdfunding site Simplygiving.com (SimplyGiving charges a 7% fee, but accepts credit card transfers):
Her Facebook Profile:
Note: Jezzamyn Mingi is a former student of Ms. Edna Panganiban Mingi. Although they share the same last name, they are not in any way related to each other.
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