West Chester University students STOMPED cancer at 2nd Annual West Chester University STOMPS Cancer Halloween Costume 5K & Fun Walk on Sunday, November 1st 2015. The run was hosted by the Bringing Hope Home, West Chester University Chapter: a  student club who works tirelessly to spread unexpected amazingness on WCU’s campus.


Over 250 stompers came out to run, walk, and enjoy the afternoon with family & friends. The post run party included a costume contest, bone marrow registry, individual and team awards, and a phenomenal speech given by Kevin McGuire: BHH family & founder of the BHH, WCU Chapter!


(BHH, WCU Chapter President, Megan Hess, kicks off the race)


(WCU students walked in the West Chester Halloween Parade on 10/28 to promote the run)


“I’m thrilled that this is becoming not just a college event but a community event involving local businesses, families, and students all joined for a common cause: to help local families with cancer. The STOMP will continue to grow and become a highly anticipated, well known WCU and West Chester area event.”

said Megan Hess president of the BHH, WCU Chapter. Hess also states,

“The WCU STOMPS Cancer 5K has been the highlight of my college career. It is a project I took on not knowing just how much I would fall in love with the cause and the people.


We are so proud of these WCU students. Their efforts raised over $9,000 for local families with cancer. Unexpected Amazingness!!


(Special thanks to the BHH, WCU Chapter exec board for making it all possible!)



Here is a recap video of the amazing day!