Haggen Food & Pharmacy

Scholarships

Scholarships

Haggen Food & Pharmacy Scholarship

Established in 2003 under the Dollars for Scholars program, The Haggen Food & Pharmacy Scholarship is awarded yearly to graduates of Bellingham High Schools who are continuing post-secondary education. Applications are open mid-January to
mid- February.

Kyana Grayer

Recipient of the 2020 Haggen Food & Pharmacy Scholarship

Hannah Dashiell Memorial Scholarship

Hannah Dashiell was a senior at Squalicum Highschool and worked part-time at Barkley Haggen. Hannah had a weighted GPA well over 4.0; she was her ASB class Vice President and she had just been accepted into the Urban Honors Program at Portland State University with plans of becoming a doctor. Tragically, Hannah’s life was cut short in January of 2014 when her car collided with another car in an icy commute to work.

The Hannah Dashiell Memorial Scholarship is awarded to Whatcom County female Highschool graduate with a 3.0GPA or higher who plans to attend any college to study health and medicine. Applications are open mid-January to mid- February.

Haggen is proud to honor Hannah’s legacy by making an annual contribution to the Hannah Dashiell Memorial Scholarship.

Hannah Dashiell

Hannah Dashiell

Barkley Haggen Crew Member

GBRC & Haggen Scholarship

The GBRC/Haggen to Haggen scholarship is awarded yearly to a college bound senior who have a current love and dedication to running with an intention to continue in the future. In years past, this scholarship was funded from the proceeds of the annual Haggen to Haggen 5k. Unfortunately, due to current circumstances, the event did not happen in 2020 and will not occur in 2021 either. Haggen’s Community Giving program will continue funding two- $1,000 scholarships per year and provide shoe vouchers for low-income high school athletes. Applications must be received no later than March 31. 

The LEe Reynolds Memorial Scholarship

-Accepting applications in January 2022-
In 2020, after 48 years of exemplary service with Haggen Food & Pharmacy, Lee Reynolds retired. 
To call Lee passionate would be a considerable understatement.  Lee lived for sharing the finest fresh produce with our guests, he loved being out on the farms with our growers and the bonds he forged with countless professionals in his field is what made the Haggen produce department world class.

Equally strong were the relationships that Lee developed with each of the Haggen produce teams and with his colleagues.  Many thought of Lee as their mentor and found him by their side throughout their career, encouraging each to expand and grow their skills.

The Lee Reynolds Memorial Scholarship will be awarded to college bound Highschool students from Western Washington who are passionate about agriculture and plan on pursuing a degree or career in the field of agriculture.