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Over the weekend, several hateful messages were left behind on the Foresthill Bridge in Placer County.

The messages read, "I hate you," and "No one cares," to name a few, but the group, Notes of Hope, does care. They've been placing encouraging notes on the bridge to tell people they do care and people have a purpose in this world.

Many people have committed suicide by jumping off Foresthill Bridge. Notes of Hope is making it their mission to save lives by leaving behind encouraging messages for people to see.

Encouraging message on Foresthill Bridge
The group "Notes of Hope" has been placing encouraging notes on the bridge to tell people they do care and people have a purpose in this world.
Notes of Hope Facebook

The organizer of the Notes of Hope, Brittney Hendricks, took to social media and within a few hours, they had all the messages covered up.

Notes of Hope plans to continue to monitor the bridge to make sure vandals do not target their messages of hope again.

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