Color Stomp

Color Stomp

We are bringing color to Purdue University Fort Wayne. Purdue Fort Wayne Intramurals, SGA, and Student Life and Leadership are bringing the Color Stomp to campus for our fourth year! RUN IN COLOR FOR A GOOD CAUSE.

Madina Village SchoolStudents in the School Madina


What is the Color Stomp?
You've heard of the colorful runs that happened this summer, right? Well here's your last chance of the year to join in the fun and bomb your friends with color! 
Get plastered with color as you run through the Purdue Fort Wayne campus as you run/walk our course. It'll end with color madness as all participants release their furry at the color throwing ceremony, dance with the DJ, and more!
How much does it cost?
Registration will cost $5 for each participant

Where does the money go? 

All monies raised will go directly to Madina Village School in Sierra Leone, West Africa. The school was founded by a Fort Wayne native Francis Mustapha who was born in the village of Madina.  He moved to Fort Wayne, IN at the age of 18 and served as a teacher in Fort Wayne Community Schools for over 50 years. In his retirement, he has dedicated his life to this school, and we have the chance to help him out. Mr. Mustapha will be present at the event! 

Mustapha with students

(Fort Wayne native Francis Mustapha with children in Sierra Leone, West Africa)

What do I get?
After registration you'll receive a FREE white Color Stomp t-shirt to race in and plaster with red, green, blue and purple colors! At the end of the race you will get a color pack and a FREE Color Stomp towel to, of course, color to your hearts content. We also will feed you dinner!


Who is invited to attend?
All Purdue Fort Wayne students, staff, faculty, and alumni are invited to join in the festivities as well as Ivy Tech students.
When is it?

Check out to see more about the school!
The race will begin on the Field near the Baseball and Softball Fields (Near P2).