Justice For All, the organization that supports raising the retirement age for state Supreme Court and Court of the Appeals judges, has raised $144,630 in the most recent reporting period and spent heavily on mailers, a phone campaign as well as social media advertising.

The group has garnered support from influential law firms in New York, as well as a $1,000 contribution from former New York City comptroller Bill Thompson, who ended his bid last month for the Democratic nomination for mayor.

Also donating again to the effort was former Court of Appeals Judge Carmen Ciparick, who gave $1,500.

Former Chief Judge Judith Kaye contributed $1,500 as well.

Also contributing were law firms like Ruskin Moscou & Faltischek P.C. and Duffy & Duffy LLC.

All told, the group has $206,863 in the most recent reporting period, $99,500 go toward mail and $50,000 for a phone program as well as $7,000 for social media advertising.

Justice For All has retained the MirRam Group for his communications efforts.

Capital New York this morning reported that the organization was formed at the behest of Court of Appeals Chief Judge Jonathan Lippmann, which court officials deny.