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Pullman PD sells Tyler Hilinski bracelets to promote mental health awareness

The Hilinski's Hope Foundation was created to promote awareness and education on mental health and wellness for student athletes.

PULLMAN, Wash. – Pullman Police are selling bracelets to go toward the Hilinski’s Hope Foundation, a non-profit named after Tyler Hilinski.

Hilinski was a quarterback for Washington State University. He died in January. Authorities said he took his own life.

The Hilinski's Hope Foundation was created to promote awareness and education on mental health and wellness for student athletes.

Pullman police officials said they started selling bracelets to help the foundation. Each bracelet is $3, that is the number of Hilinski's jersey.

If you buy a bracelet, you can also get a free number 3 vinyl decal. The department said it has been selling out of bracelets fast. They started with 100 and sold 60 since last week. They ordered another 100 to keep up.

If you want one, you can drop by the Pullman Police Department. There are also locations all over Pullman selling them.