The Bianca Nikol Merge With Mercy Foundation College Scholarship is granted each year to a deserving high school senior who, in addition to academic excellence, has shown resilience and perseverance in the face of life’s challenges. Bayard Rustin High School oversees the application process, ensuring that the scholarship is awarded annually in honor of Bianca Nikol. Eligibility requires applicants to be enrolled students at Bayard Rustin High School.
Understanding your community can help individuals foster empathy, diversity and develop an increased sense of social responsibility by giving back and helping others. You can help make a difference by taking this opportunity to volunteer at a community service project below.Understanding your community is a catalyst for fostering empathy, embracing diversity, and cultivating a heightened sense of social responsibility through giving back. You have the chance to make a meaningful impact by volunteering in one of the following community service projects:
- Adopt A Highway and Memorial Garden Beautification: Participate in our biannual event to maintain a memorial garden at the site where Bianca Nikol Roberson was tragically murdered on southbound Route 100 (old Pottstown Pike) on June 28, 2017. Remember the spirit of Merge With Mercy.
- Food Drive for Chester County Food Bank: Contribute non-perishable foods to support the Chester County Food Bank in honor of Bianca Nikol. Your involvement can make a significant difference in the lives of others.
- Join us at “Walk For Me,” our annual fundraising event designed to unite the community in celebrating the life of Bianca Nikol Roberson and perpetuating her belief in love and compassion. Bring your friends along for a rejuvenating walk and meaningful conversations as we come together to make a positive impact.
MOMA – Mothers Of Murdered Angels
To offer support, understanding, compassion and hope to bereaved parents, grandparents or siblings who are struggling to rebuild their lives after the death of their children, grandchildren, brother/sister or friend due to gun violence. All work is by volunteers who are bereaved parents with a strong desire to help other families survive the death of their loved one.