River Bluff’s Golden Gate Movement Club has partnered with Hilinski’s Hope Foundation and will be offering wristbands at their tables on the home and visitor concourses during tonight’s River BLuff-Lexington football game. They are asking for a 3 dollar donation for each band with all proceeds going directly to the Hilinski’s Hope Foundation – a non-profit organization established by the parents of Tyler Hilinski with a goal to educate, advocate, and remove the stigma associated with mental illness.
Fans and athletes are asked to participate in a brief moment at the beginning of the third quarter tonight to raise 3 fingers in silence in a show of support for those who struggle with mental illness and the programs and research devoted to mental health.
Hilinkski’s Hope Foundation funds programs that provide student-athletes with the tools and resources that support their mental health and wellness.
The Golden Gate Movement Club is a non-profit organization that provides hands-on, all-inclusive, pro-social approaches to the problems students face today. For more information, go to GoldenGateMovement.org.