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 Hilinski’s Hope Apparel

To help raise awareness and funds needed to support H3H, SunWest Sportswear in Richland, WA is now selling H3H apparel. All proceeds will be donated to Hilinski’s Hope Foundation. Click below to purchase your Hilinski’s Hope Apparel and visit www.sunwestsportswear.com for your Coug apparel and accessories online 24 hours a day.

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Hilinski’s Hope Be Bottle Collection

Show your support with the purchase of a Just Black or Crimson 18oz H3H bottle. All profits from the H3H bottle will be donated to Hilinski’s Hope.

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Hilinski’s Hope Wristbands

Show your support by purchasing a Hilinski’s Hope Wristband. Suggested donation of $15 for 3 wristbands, includes shipping and handling. Each additional wristband is $3 each in same shipment.  Of course, you may always donate more and include a note in PayPal of how many wristbands you would like shipped.  For requests of more than 20, please contact [email protected].

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H3H Apparel from The Bookie

 To support the work Hilinski’s Hope is doing for student athletes, The Bookie in Pullman, WA is now selling H3H apparel in store and online. All proceeds will be donated to Hilinski’s Hope Foundation. Click below to purchase your H3H apparel 24 hours a day. 4 items are available.

College Hill Custom Threads

 Proceeds from every order will be donated to the H3H, Hilinski Foundation.

$99,848 of $2 million raised

Get Involved to Help Others

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.
Our Goal is $2,000,000