My Little Cupcake hosts "Justin Bishop Family Night"

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WDTV) — The Harrison County community came together, Thursday evening, to support a popular youth coach.

Justin Bishop, 35, was recently diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma, which is a rare cancer usually found in kids. My Little Cupcake held the "Bishop Strong Family Night," to help support the family in their time of need.

In addition to pizza, drinks, and of course, cupcakes, there was also raffles, live music and Santa Claus!

All proceeds were going to the Justin Bishop Fund.

His family said it's amazing to see all the support.

"Even people that don't know him are coming out. You know, he's done a lot for the community, for the kids, he absolutely loves the kids. This is why we had this night, mainly for the kids and I think if Justin were here, he'd be so excited to see all this, he'd be really glad to see this," said his mother-in-law, Jane Haught.

Plans are being made for fundraisers in the future.

If you would like to make a donation, you can do so at the Justin Bishop Fund, through City National Bank.