Hilinski's Hope wins Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award for 2020
After Washington State QB Tyler Hilinski tragically killed himself a couple of years ago, the Hilinski family, led by father Mark and mother Kym, started a foundation called Hilinski’s Hope.
The foundation aims to raise awareness about mental health and de-stigmatize talking about it publicly.
Now, that foundation is being honored by ESPN. As you can see below, the ESPYs tweeted out on Sunday that Hilinski’s Hope had won the Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award:
After their son Tyler tragically took his own life, Mark and Kym Hilinski created Hilinski's Hope Foundation to honor their son and raise awareness around mental health.@HilinskisHope is the recipient of The Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award, presented by UFC. pic.twitter.com/9As1wzjvg2
— ESPYS (@ESPYS) June 14, 2020
Ryan Hilinski, Tyler’s brother, is the quarterback at South Carolina. His parents are a big presence around the program.
If you want to get involved or donate to Hilinski’s Hope, click on the link here.