The target of $30,000 to clear opposition leader Chee Soon Juan's bankruptcy has been raised.
This was announced Monday on the website of Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) where Chee is the secretary-general.
Chee revealed on 11 September that former prime ministers Lee Kuan Yew and Goh Chok Tong have accepted his offer of $30,000 to settle his debts with them and get out of bankruptcy.
That news boosted the campaign of the Discharge CSJ Fund, which was set up to sell Chee's latest book Democratically Speaking and raise the target amount.
Chee thanked those who have contributed to the fund which was raised in just 10 days.
He said in the website, "I want to thank everyone who chipped in. It was a stunning success and it was the effort of the people who showed that they wanted to write the story of Singapore's Democracy."
Chee, who could stand for the 2016 general elections if his bankruptcy is cleared, went on to deflect the campaign attention from himself.
He added, "This campaign is not about me, it has never been. It is about the people of Singapore and their desire for a democratic voice.
"To this end, I look forward to leading the SDP in the next elections and bring the people's voices into parliament."
Upon receiving the money, Lee and Goh will take a formal vote on whether to accept the amount. If they do, the Official Assignee will then annul the bankruptcy order.