Halls High Move2AWAREness (M2A), a student council that aims to end bullying and mental health stigma in their school and community, organized a fundraiser for Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network (TSPN). TSPN is a nonprofit organization that provides resources and training in suicide prevention to schools and communities across the state. On September 12, 2018 (Suicide Prevention Awareness Day), students provided a small donation in exchange for an opportunity to dress like their favorite hero. M2A aimed to raise $100, but raised nearly $300. The class that raised the most money (Sophomores) was rewarded with a dress code pass. The success of this fundraiser shows HHS’ dedication in ending mental health stigma and preventing suicide in their community. Tosha Gurley, TSPN West TN Director, sent a thank you card to HHS stating the following: “Thank you for your kind support to TSPN…Because of your support, it is very true someone’s life was saved today.” Our HHS students truly are Mental Health Heroes.
HHS Students are Heroes for Mental Health
OCT 16, 2018