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Abby’s Closet Dreams Can Come True Scholarship 2022

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The Abby’s Closet dreams come true scholarship is founded by the Oregon-based nonprofit organization, Abby’s Closet to inspire women – helping them to command respect by providing free formal dresses for prom.

Each year, the Abby’s Closet Board of Directors along with the Dreams Scholarship Committee and Sponsor, Brides for a Cause, roll out scholarship opportunities for women. They accept and review all applicant documents and selected recipients of the scholarship award.

The recipient who most embodies the spirit and mission of Abby’s Closet is selected as the award winner with an invitation to a private giveaway party where she will select her perfect dress and accessories.


To be eligible for Abby’s Closet dreams, applicants must be:

  • A female high school student, in Grade 12.
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better.
  • Intending to pursue post-secondary education (college, university, trade school, etc.)
  • Must reside in Oregon or Washington.
  • Recipients must agree to be interviewed, photographed and/or videotaped by Abby’s Closet, as well as any other media outlet(s). In the case where theIf the winner is under 18 years old, a parent or guardian must grant permission.

Abby’s Closet Dreams Can Come True Scholarship 2022 Overview

TitleAbby’s Closet Dreams Can Come True Scholarship
Reward Amount $1,000
Application start DateMarch 2022
AddressTessa ReevesPO Box 402West Linn, OR 97068
Email Id[email protected]
Contact Number503-722-1425
Application Link

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Abby’s Closet has been proud to offer our Dreams Scholarship since 2011.

2021- Monserrat Beltran Juarez of Hood River Valley High School and Marisa Gaglio of Glencoe High School

2020- Lisa Amani, Roosevelt High School

2019- Aazaad Burn, Mercer Island High School

2018- Christina Swafford, Weston McEwen High School

2017- Carolyn Ngo, Century High School

2016- Naly Setthaongsack, Roosevelt High School

2015- Blanca Gaytan Farfan, Centennial High School & Courtney Ahn, Nestucca High School

2014- Jacque Lu Nelson, Centennial High School & Ashley Black, South Albany High School

2013- Monica Therrien, Nestucca High School

2012- Christine Trinh, De La Salle North Catholic High School

2011- Maria Martell, Glencoe High School

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