GMH is a site in which people share with the world their most hopeful, uplifting moments and allow others to draw strength from their experiences.

This site is modeled after givesmehope.com and is specifically for the Gunn community and those connected to it.

GMH is truly inspirational, so why not share our love, share our hope, and share our happiness here at Gunn? The goal of this blog is to record moments at Gunn that touched people’s lives. The simplest things often make the biggest difference.

The abbreviations for “Henry M. Gunn” and “Gives Me Hope” combine to form a palindrome. Coincidence?  Maybe not… ;o)

HMGGMH. (Henry M. Gunn Gives Me Hope.)


9 responses to “About

  1. Katie

    You young people, teacher, and staff are truly inspiring. I am in awe of your strength and willingness to create beauty in the face of such tragedy.
    Keep on keeping on!

  2. You all are awesome! 🙂

  3. Michael

    Even here at Saratoga, we share our utmost condolences about the unfortunate events that took place.

  4. kelly

    I think that it is amazingly sad to see teens die like this. this website will for sure help millions of teens and make them think twice before committing something that will change their like or even take their lives away! thank you so much for creating this wonderful website! it has helped me understand the consequences of suicide

  5. Rosalia

    I think what you’re doing in the light of the terrible tragedies that happened at Gunn High is amazing. You GMH.

  6. admirer

    when i read about hmg in the newspaper, it touched me so deeply that i decided to write a paper on teen suicide, and how it has become a crisis in our nation. we need to spread awareness as well as hope. there are better things in life than death, and all of you who visit here are a blessing to this earth

  7. Margaret

    When I heard about HMG, I felt so bad for all f you… but then I found out you were doing your own GMH. You all, with your willingness to keep fighting through, to cling to your dreams, and to be there for eachother, GMH

  8. I was incredibly touched by the far-reaching kindness of HMG. This is a beautiful, beautiful thing. It truly GMH.

  9. Raychel Kubby Adler

    I just celebrated my 20 year reunion with fellow the GHS Class of 1990 and this blog helps me remember why it is such a unique and wonderful place. The fact that Mr Ferrell still teaches and is as appreciated, the fact that the redwoods and beautiful grounds remind us that we are a small but important part of this beautiful world. It is refreshing to see that you all are out there, so young, yet so aware of how even when we are drowning, it is the people in our lives that help us float. So glad to see technology used for such healing. GHSGMH

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