Memorial Fund for The Beloved Reemajah Pollard

On December 20, 2022, we tragically lost our beloved brother Reemajah Pollard. Reemajah was known for being a prominent leader in his community at a very young age until god called him home. Those who knew Reemajah understood his struggles and the obstacles he had to overcome to get to where he wanted to be in life. Although he faced challenges, Reemajah never let that dictate his future and the things he wanted to accomplish. Growing up having estranged relationships with both parents, like many Reemajah was a victim of trauma and mental illness. Instead of becoming a victim of his environment, he became a pillar in his community. While enrolled at Berkeley High School, he offered community services to the Youth Ministries Way Christian Center of Berkeley, the Youth Employment Program of Oakland, and many more. By the time he entered his senior year, he was named President of the NAACP B.A.E Youth Council. Traveling the world and helping those in need had been a calling for Reemajah since birth. He joined the youth program Global Glimpse, curating many events and traveling to countries such as the Dominican Republic to connect with other students worldwide and offer services to the less fortunate. After graduating with a GPA of 3.40, he was offered a full-ride scholarship to study medicine at the #1 Public University in America, the University of California Berkeley. In the year 2020, Covid-19 had spread rapidly across the world resulting in a nationwide lock-in. Stripping millions of students from classes, school events, and graduations. Like many of those students, Reemajah battled with depression and faced many other mental challenges. Amongst all of the chaos going on in the world, Reemajah still managed to get through his first year of college. He fought a hard fight for as long as he could. Instead of becoming a statistic, he turned his life into a testament. His accomplishments and accolades at such a young age will be an inspiration for so many others like him in the future. We commend his bravery and resilience. He leaves behind family, friends, and supporters that love him dearly. Due to unfortunate events with close family. The responsibility of memorial cost has fallen on Reemajah's 3 siblings: Lawrencio, Remone, and Reanna Pollard. We come to you in our time of need to ask for any donations you can put forth in making sure we give our brother the homegoing he deserves. Anything helps! We appreciate all of your prayers and condolences so far. From the bottom of our hearts thank you so much ❤︎

Organizer and beneficiary

Reeana Pollard
Berkeley, CA
Remone Pollard

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