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It Just Takes One: Local Advocate Raises Over $60,000 for Youth Mental Health

LOOK LOCAL – If you live in the area and you don’t know Judy Brunton personally, you’ve likely heard about the work she is doing as an ambassador for youth mental health. Maybe you’ve caught a glimpse of her driving around town in her vibrantly decorated Chevy Cruise with the license plate that reads “End Stigma”, or perhaps you’ve been greeted with her endearing smile after participating in or donating to one of her myriad fundraising efforts.

This marks Brunton’s sixth year participating in the Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) Mental Health in Motion (previously known as Ride Don’t Hide). The ride, run or walk event held in Newmarket is aimed at promoting mental health awareness and raising funds for local service, MOBYSS (Mobile York South Simcoe) — a mobile youth walk-in clinic providing confidential healthcare needs in a safe, non-judgmental environment.

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