Hilinski’s Hope Apparel

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Your donation in support of Hilinski’s Hope will allow us to fund programs that will help educate, advocate and destigmatize mental illness. Programs such as Step UP!, a comprehensive bystander intervention program created by the University of Arizona in partnership with the NCAA.Step Up. As well as Behind Happy Faces, the first of its kind in mental health curriculum. The program uses cutting edge educational videos and lesson plans to enhance the emotional development of young people.
Tyler was never diagnosed or treated for any disease but through his suicide we understand that he was suffering in silence. We will fund programs that provide assistance to many that are struggling, and promote educational awareness to the very real problem of young person(s) suicide and provide hope for those who need it most.
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Hilinski’s Hope Apparel

East Bay will process orders every 2 weeks.
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Hilinski’s Hope Foundation

01  Our Mission

Hilinski’s Hope Foundation is a non-profit organization formed to promote awareness and education of mental health and wellness for student athletes. The Foundation’s mission is to educate, advocate, and remove the stigma associated with mental illness, while funding programs that provide student-athletes with the tools and resources that support their mental health and wellness.

02  Our Vision

The Hilinski’s Hope Foundation (H3H) was founded in 2018 by Mark and Kym Hilinski to honor the life of their son Tyler, who died by suicide on January 16, 2018. Tyler was a Division-1 QB at Washington State University, and his death was a shock to those around him, including his teammates family and friends. He showed no visible signs of depression or mental illness, and must have been suffering in silence.

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