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FINANCIAL REPORT

ANNUAL REPORT 2017 REVENUE

2017 EXPENDITURES

$400,762

$410,592

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$239 .06%

$76,342 19%

2017

$57,765 14% $96,950 23%

$44,191 11%

$168,523 42%

$84,640 26% $126, 827 31%

$130,281 33%

$25,594 6%

Grants/Awards In-Kind Services In-Kind Goods

Earned Revenue/Service Fees Donations Product Sales

Secondary Ed Higher Ed

Community Ed Administration

At the date of publication, this financial data has not been audited; however, this is a fair and responsible representation of financial statements in accordance with general accounting principles.

2018 ANNUAL GIVING PROGRAM Annually, Jana’s Campaign seeks financial gifts and donations from our friends and supporters to provide the needed resources for us to serve our mission. Our financial foundation is built on (1) private gifts and donations, (2) corporate support and private foundations and (3) our own earned income. Again, in 2018, we hope to raise $75,000 from private individual donors. All donations, large and small, are highly appreciated and go directly to our violence prevention programming. Jana’s Campaign is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization and contributions are tax deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Service.

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website: janascampaign.org

NATIONAL OFFICE - KANSAS PO Box 647 l Hays, KS 67601 l 785-656-0324 COLORADO OFFICE 415 N. Tejon St. l Colorado Springs, CO 80903 l 719-660-8537 email: janascampaign@gmail.com

Jana’s Campaign is a national education and violence prevention organization with the single mission of reducing gender and relationship violence. In honor of the late Jana Mackey and other victims and survivors of gender and relationship violence, Jana’s Campaign delivers comprehensive educational programming that prevents domestic and dating violence, sexual violence and stalking.


Our mission is to provide quality educational programming that prevents gender and relationship violence. Working with secondary schools, colleges and universities, and community-based organizations and agencies, Jana’s Campaign delivers specialized and comprehensive prevention programming that is designed to prevent violence, build healthy relationships and create new social norms.

Our direct work with students and citizens is possible by partnering with and through allies. Our prevention model is based on delivering our prevention work through secondary schools, colleges and universities and community-based organizations. By building strong and collaborative partnerships with these local entities, we can better leverage resources, build on each other’s strengths and talents, and enhance organizational capacity that encourages sustainability.

We believe in the power of speaking out about the issues of gender and relationship violence. In partnership with community organizations, we work to provide community-wide educational and prevention programs that reduce violence. Our efforts also include mobilizing others to volunteer and make a difference in their communities. This past year, staff and board members were directly involved in several major community educational activities. This included local community forums, as well as regional and national conferences. Most notably was our work with the Colorado Action Conference, Mercy College Medical Center/St. Elizabeth Hospital of Youngstown, Ohio, the Kansas Court Services Annual Conference and Muscogee Creek Nation of Okmulgee, Oklahoma.

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Jana’s Campaign receives national award In January, we received the national ‘commended program award’ by the Mary Byron Project (Louisville, KY) for our work in teen dating violence prevention. On July 3, 2008, Jana Mackey lost her life to violence perpetrated by an ex-boyfriend in Lawrence, Kansas. The 25-year-old University of Kansas law student was an advocate for women’s rights and had spent years volunteering to aid victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Jana represented the new generation of American feminists. As a passionate social and women’s activist, Jana fought for equality and social justice at every turn. Described as “honey on steel,” Jana Lynne Mackey was the kind of woman that inspired others. She inspired through her words, her song, and her actions. Jana was beautiful, intelligent and kind. She was an advocate, a friend, a sister, and a daughter. She was magnetic. She was a bright spot in an ordinary day. She was a hero.

We exceeded our fundraising goal with the IMPACT Project This past October, we completed our $500,000 national fundraising campaign. We raised $557,955 in 22 short months.

Our secondary education program grows in Colorado and Nebraska In 2017, our work with middle and high schools in the states of Colorado and Nebraska have more than doubled.

Jana’s Campaign hosts the first Midwest Campus Safety Summit

As we reflect over the eight plus years of Jana’s Campaign, we are proud of what we have built in honor of Jana. With the help of many of you, we have created an impactful organization that works to prevent gender and relationship violence. While our educational programs and activities have evolved over time, our goal has always remained the same: to reduce and eliminate gender and relationship violence. What makes Jana’s Campaign unique and different is that we specialize solely in the area of education and gender violence prevention. This single-focused mission is designed to have the greatest societal impact. This past year, we published a detailed document on the impact of our work. The 2013-2016 Assessment Data and Impact Report illustrated the scale and scope of our work, but most importantly, it also showed that we are having the impact desired. Simply, we believe in the “power of education.” We believe that education is the most powerful instrument of social change and development. We believe that through education, we can change and improve social attitudes, behaviors, customs, interactions, relations and social norms. We are a passionate team of violence prevention educators who are dedicated to empowering others for social change. Finally, we again want to thank each of you who continue to support us - month after month and year after year. Collectively, WE ARE BUILDING A SAFER WORLD. Warmly, Curt and Christie Brungardt

Last April, we hosted the first Midwest Campus Safety Summit on the campus of Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Over 100 attendees representing 9 states participated.

We added two new full time educators to our staff In the spring of 2017, we added two full time Education and Prevention Specialists to our staff. Kaiti Dinges, is housed in our Hays, KS office, and Tiffani Clark works out of our Colorado Springs, CO office.

Jana’s Campaign pilots new ‘Athletes as Leaders’ program We are proud to announce that we piloted a new national educational program designed for high school female student athletes. The program is being implemented at Hays High School (KS).

Published The 2013-2016 Assessment Data and Impact Report In April of 2017, we completed and published The Assessment Data and Impact Report, a comprehensive summary of all of our educational activities for the 2013-2016 calendar year. This report illustrated program outputs, program outcomes and the impact of our programming.

Secondary Education work now includes bystander intervention trainings This past year, we expanded our secondary education work to include bystander intervention trainings. National evaluation data illustrates the tremendous impact of this educational strategy in reducing abuse and violence.


PROGRAM FOCUS AREAS

OUR TEAM Board Officers Heather Lambert, Ph.D., Lincoln, NE (President)

We believe that one of the most effective ways to prevent gender and relationship violence is to educate adolescents about what constitutes a healthy vs. unhealthy relationship at the very time they begin to enter their first relationships. We can ultimately reduce the instances of gender and relationship violence by empowering young people to engage in healthy and supportive relationships and to create a strong culture of respect. Our goal as prevention educators is to stop the violence before it begins. Over this past year, we have continued our efforts in Kansas, but the scope of our work is expanding further into Nebraska and Colorado. In 2017, we worked with 201 middle and high schools and impacted nearly 20,000 students! Using our comprehensive model, we offer schools tailor-made, multilevel education and prevention programs that meets the specific needs of each individual school.

Michelle McCormick, LMSW, Topeka, KS (Vice-President) Stephanie Davis, Ph.D., Lawrence, KS (Secretary) Christie Brungardt, Ph.D., Hays, KS (Treasurer)

Board of Directors Jennifer Berry, J.D., San Diego, CA Curt Brungardt, Ph.D., Hays, KS Tre’ Giles, Hays, KS Joplin Higgins, LLB GDLP, Singleton, Australia

Staff

Pamela Jacobs, J.D., Fayetteville, NC

Kelley Kuhlmann Parker, MLS

Elizabeth Landau, J.D., Washington, D.C.

Christie Brungardt, Ph.D.,

Kari Ann Rinker, MPA, Wichita, KS This past year, our higher education work has grown immensely. Now more than ever, we believe that colleges and universities can and should do more to prevent gender and relationship violence. Our programming provides higher education institutions with the training and resources they need to improve both their prevention and response efforts to sexual violence, partner violence and stalking on campus. For the first time in 2017, we implemented three regional campus safety summits. In April, we hosted our newest summit, the Midwest Campus Safety Summit at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. This inaugural summit had over 100 participants from nine states and 34 colleges and universities. On June 7-8, we hosted the Rocky Mountain Campus Safety Summit on the campus of Colorado College, in Colorado Springs. This 2nd annual summit had over 100 attendees, representing nine states and 40 colleges and universities. We finished the year with the 5th annual Heartland Campus Safety Summit on November 15-16 in Overland Park, Kansas on the campus of Johnson County Community College. This longest running summit, hosted nearly 200 participants from 12 states and 76 different colleges and universities.

States IImpacted Imp pacted By Our 2017 Summits

Executive Director

Volunteer Education Specialist - Secondary Education

Mark Russell, CFA, CFP, Houston, TX

Curt Brungardt, Ph.D.,

Lou Zhai, M.S., Jiangsu, China

Volunteer Education Specialist - Higher Education

Dana Watts, J.D., Washington, D.C.

Sandra Bainter Office & Financial Manager

Administrative and Program Associates Karie Younger, CPA, Accounting Susan Harding, J.D., Legal Counsel Ashley Templeton, Photography Services Alma Hidalgo, MSE, Graphic Design FHSU Printing Services Justin Greenleaf, Ph.D., Webmaster Monique Litherland, Safe Dates Trainer

Kaiti Dinges, MPS Education & Prevention Specialist

Tiffani Clark Education & Prevention Specialist

Jennifer Farrington Program Support and Assessment Coordinator

Jalyn Shaw Administrative Intern

Founding Members

HEARTLAND

17

campus safety

summit 20

35 419 326 277

States Impacted

*2013-2017 Data

Middle and High Schools Impacted

Teachers Trained on Safe Dates Curriculum

Colleges and Universities Impacted

98

Community Partnerships and Collaboration

Bob & Sandra Bainter, Hays, KS Ray & Olivia Becker, Hays, KS Blue Cross Blue Shield KS Foundation, Topeka, KS Gary & Diane Bolton, Council Grove, KS Curt & Christie Brungardt, Hays, KS Brian & Samantha Butler, Hays, KS Tim & Mona Chapman, Hays, KS Andrew Dierks & Erin Curtis-Dierks, Lawrence, KS Milt & Marti Dougherty, Wichita, KS Eagle Communications, Hays, KS Eastman Fund, Sunnyside, NY Lila Gilpin, Hays, KS Larry & Eva Gould, Hays, KS Hays Academy of Hair Design, Hays, KS Insurance Planning, Inc., Hays, KS

Kansas Health Foundation, Wichita, KS Corbin & Heather Lambert, Lincoln, NE Mia Lang, Hays, KS Lawrence Community Event, Lawrence, KS Mass Mutual Financial, Stuart, FL Midwest Energy, Hays, KS Morgan Stanley Financial, Andover, MA Stan & Joyce Newell, Hays, KS Leanne Olson-Memorial, Wichita, KS Pat Parke, Hays, KS Daryn & Kelley Parker, Manitou Springs, CO Kyle & Kristin Parker, Dodge City, KS Marcella Patterson, Anthony, KS Randy Patterson, Anthony, KS Terry & Laurie Roth, Hays, KS

Mark & Sylvia Russell, Houston, TX Don & Sharon Schinstock, Hutchinson, KS Soroptimist-S. Central Region, Dodge City, KS Cathy Spicer, Anthony, KS Warren & Beverly Stafford, Hill City, KS Cindy Summers, Kiowa, KS Ellen Sward, Lawrence, KS Verizon Wireless, Overland Park, KS Trinity Lutheran Church, Hays, KS OG Voss Family Fund, San Francisco, CA Walmart Foundation, Bentonville, AR Larry & Jane Whisman, Anthony, KS Luo (Jessie) Zhai, Jiangsu, China Zhuping Zhai and Xuihua Wan, Jiangsu, China


Ross Buckles & Heather Harris, Hays, KS

Lance & Emily Hartman, Hays, KS

Sandra McKenzie, Lawrence, KS

Stan & Cheryl Stark, Anthony, KS

Great Plains Dermatology, Hays, KS

Charlie & Connie Busch, Manhattan, KS

Jim & Virginia Hasenack, Pueblo, CO

Jerry & Maxine McMillan, Stafford, KS

Sidney & Marsha Stranathan, Kiowa, KS

Taylor Hanus, Hays, KS

Kacey Callihan & Danielle Robinson, Hays, KS

Troy & Karla Hedrick, Belle Plaine, KS

Jerry & Patricia McNamar, Kiowa, KS

Marty & Mary Straub, Hays, KS

Hays Recreation Commission, Hays, KS

Bob & Sandra Bainter, Hays, KS

Allen & Chris Campbell, Ottawa, KS

Carl Helfrich, Kiowa, KS

Debra Meyer, Danville, KS

Mark & Rachele Strawn, Hutchinson, KS

Johnson Co Comm College, Overland Park, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt, Hays, KS

Dick & Shirley Cantrell, Grove, OK

Robert & Julie Henley, Farmington, NM

Mike & Jeanie Michaelis, Hays, KS

Sudhouse D.C., Washington, DC

KC Royals, Kansas City, MO

Scott & Christiana Crawford, Hays, KS

Howard & Marcia Cantrell, Kiowa, KS

Joplin Higgins, Singleton, NSW, Australia

John Miller, Kiowa, KS

Cindy Summers, Kiowa, KS

Paul & Rona Kramer, Cimarron, KS

Larry & Eva Gould, Hays, KS

Kyle & Crystal Carothers, Anthony, KS

High Plains Roofing, Hays, KS

Jill Miller, Wichita, KS

Sunflower Bank, Hays, KS

Corbin & Heather Lambert, Lincoln, NE

Hays Storage Systems, Hays, KS

CASA of the High Plains, Inc, Hays, KS

Daniel & Gwen Hodges, Victoria, KS

Dale & Kathy Montgomery, Hays, KS

Bob & Gladys Swindler, Ellis, KS

Greg & Lanae Lang, Hays, KS

Stan & Lori Hertel, Hays, KS

Randy & Karen Case, Wichita, KS

Edward & Rochelle Hodges, Harper, KS

Dick & Dixie Moore, Anthony, KS

Jennifer Teget, Hays, KS

Halle Lang, Hays, KS

Kathryn Mitchell, Hays, KS

Daniel & Diane Cashier, Anthony, KS

Lee & Kim Hodny, Hays, KS

Jerry & Robba Moran, Manhattan, KS

Allen & Barb Thomas, Anthony, KS

Mia Lang, Hays, KS

Morgan Stanley Financial, Andover, MA

Cedar Lodge Dental, Hays, KS

Donald & Gretta Hoffman, Hays, KS

Fred & Deanna Mott, Kiowa, KS

Ernie Thorne, Hays, KS

Charlie & Noel Leach, Prairie Village, KS

Gregory & Sybil Orman, Fairway, KS

Ronald & Laura Chartier, Hays, KS

Connie Hofstedt, Sherwood, AR

Daniel & Barbara Muse, Anthony, KS

Tom & Teresa Tomlin, Hazelton, KS

Lifetime Dental, Hays, KS

Pat Parke, Hays, KS

Scott & Kristin Clark, Littleton, CO

Mike & Sara Humphrey, Hays, KS

John & Gloria Musick, Wellsville, KS

Mike & Mari Tucker, Topeka, KS

Ashley Marie Photography, Hays, KS

Daryn & Kelley Parker, Manitou Springs, CO

Cynthia Clark, Anthony, KS

Andy & Joyce Hutter, Council Grove, KS

Network For Good, Washington, DC

Johnny & Leanna Turney, Wakita, OK

Lilly & Marie, Hays, KS

Marcella Patterson, Anthony, KS

Tiffani Clark, Colorado Springs, CO

Danny & Sandy Jacobs, Hays, KS

Leon Nikkel, Lehigh, KS

Andre Tyler, Kansas City, KS

Becky Martinez, Colorado Springs, CO

Francis & Monica Peloso, Colorado Springs, CO

Classic Quality Body Shop, Hays, KS

Amy Jacques, Topeka, KS

Kelly O’Brien Koerner, Garden City, KS

UMC Second Chances, Hill City, KS

Michelle McCormick, Topeka, KS

Rick & Vicki Rajewski, Hays, KS

Coldwell Banker Executive Realty, Hays, KS

Jamberry Nails, LLC, American Fork, UT

Tajucleen & Joni Olasunkanmi, Hays, KS

Darren & Amanda Unrein, Hays, KS

Stan & Joyce Newell, Hays, KS

Mark & Sylvia Russell, Houston, TX

Lindsay Cooper, Hays, KS

Bettina Jamerson, Kansas City, MO

Michelle Overton, Anthony, KS

Fred & Phyl Vance, Topeka, KS

Pamela Jacobs Consulting, Fayetteville, NC

Jeff & Melanie Smarsh, Maize, KS

Chris Crawford, Spearfish, SD

JCPenney-Change for the Better Campaign,

Denise Parker, Dodge City, KS

Linda Vossberg, Wichita, KS

Kenny & Lien Quan, Hays, KS

Cathy Spicer, Anthony, KS

Susan Croft, Anthony, KS

Kyle & Kristin Parker, Dodge City, KS

Charles Votaw, Hays, KS

Josh & Dawn Rajewski, Lenexa, KS

Ellen Sward, Lawrence, KS

Mark & Shayla Darnell, Harper, KS

Pamela Jacobs, Fayetteville, NC

Cori Patterson, Wichita, KS

Eric & Jen Wagner, Hays, KS

REDZ, Hays, KS

Don & Jill Tillman, Hays, KS

Paul & Stephanie Davis, Lawrence, KS

Logan & Nikki Jansonius, Hays, KS

Tyra Patterson, Pearcy, AR

Rebecca Wallace

Refine, Hays, KS

Dale & Carmela Van Tuyl, Leavenworth, KS

Dennis & Ellen Delay, Council Grove, KS

Sherrilynn Jeffery, Burr Oak, KS

John & Pam Peck, Mission, KS

David and Donna Ward, Hays, KS

Rejuvenations Day and Med Spa, Hays, KS

Dana Watts, Washington, DC

Andrew Dierks & Erin Curtis-Dierks, Lawrence, KS

Jeter Law Firm, LLP, Hays, KS

Dennis & Ruth Perry, Anthony, KS

Carolyn Wasinger, Hutchinson, KS

Kari Rinker, Wichita, KS

Luo (Jessie) Zhai, Yangzhou, Jiangsu

Kaitlyn Dinges, Hays, KS

Kelly & Ladeena Johnston, Wichita, KS

John & Ruth Peters, Walton, KS

Marlou Wegener, Topeka, KS

Aaron Rumpel, WaKeeney, KS

John & Rhonda Dopita, Hays, KS

Fred & Pam Joy, Hays, KS

Tom & Tammy Peterson, Cimarron, KS

Larry & Jane Whisman, Anthony, KS

Tammi Sauer, Victoria, KS

Douglas Co Community Foundation, Lawrence, KS

Mark & Marcy Kastens, Anthony, KS

Mike & Carol Petitjean, Emporia, KS

Marty White, Council Grove, KS

Don & Sharon Schinstock, Hutchinson, KS

Sharon Dreher, Hays, KS

Gerald & Joyce Kaup, Anthony, KS

Tom & Carol Pitner, Hays, KS

Wichita County Jr/Sr High School, Leoti, KS

Schneider Auction Services, Schoenchen, KS

Stacey Duderstadt, Ottawa, KS

Norman & Sandy Keller, Hays, KS

Pratt Community College/AVS, Pratt, KS

Sabrina William, Hays, KS

Jalyn Shaw, Selden, KS

Sandy Dunn, Anthony, KS

Rick & Paula Keltner, Hays, KS

Debra Prideaux, Hays, KS

Jesse & Kim Williams, Lawrence, KS

Showcase Jewelers, Hays, KS

Vera Dunn, Anthony, KS

Sherri Kendall, Missouri City, TX

Jennifer Rack, Hays, KS

David Williams III, Anthony, KS

Shane & Stacey Smith, Hays, KS

Jim & Sherrie Eaton, Anthony, KS

Jason & Shannon Kimball, Lawrence, KS

Josh & Dawn Rajewski, Lenexa, KS

Randon & Audrey Woodard,

Soroptimist International of Hays, Hays, KS

Terra Eck, Andale, KS

Kiwanis Club of Hays, Hays, KS

Dennis & Gayla Randel, Frankfort, KS

Colorado Springs, CO

Cole Engel, Hays, KS

Bob & Dena Koblitz, Hazelton, KS

Matt & Elli Reid, Manitou Springs, CO

Hsin-Yen Yang, Hays, KS

Symphony in the Flint Hills, Inc, Cottonwood Falls, KS

Jennifer Farrington, Hays, KS

Ivan & LeAnn Koblitz, Hazelton, KS

Roger & Wanda Reid, Lyons, KS

Keith & Aldean Young, Guthrie, OK

Ashley Templeton, Wilson, KS

FCCLA, Wichita, KS

Paul & Rona Kramer, Cimarron, KS

Cole & Regan Reif, Great Bend, KS

Jeff & Karie Younger, Hays, KS

Brittany Teter, Colorado Springs, CO

FCSTN, Lincoln, NE

Graham Kreicker, Lawrence, KS

Richard & Karen Rhoads, Kearney, NE

Dick Zeitlow, Wichita, KS

The Buckle, Hays, KS

Eugene & Londa Fischer, Anthony, KS

Linda Kreutzer, Derby, KS

Duane & Pam Ricke, Attica, KS

Brett & Julie Zollinger, Hays, KS

The Furniture Look, Hays, KS

Joel & Annette Fish, Overland Park, KS

Sue Kreutzer, Hays, KS

Kari Rinker, Wichita, KS

Harold & Theresa Flaigle, Wichita, KS

KU Toss For A Cause, Lawrence, KS

Carol Rome, Hays, KS

In-Kind Donations:

John & Kathy Francis, Anthony, KS

Jamie & Kelsey Kuehl, Dodge City, KS

John & Valerie Roper, Lawrence, KS

Ball State University, Muncie, IN

Ronald & Pamela Fredrick, Hutchinson, KS

Jack & Brenda Kuhlmann, New Port Richey, FL

Jean Rosenthal, Kansas City, MO

Lynette Bickley, Colorado Springs, CO

Dave & Kay Fritchen, Manhattan, KS

Norbert Kuhn, Hays, KS

Dennis & Mary Rotman, Cawker City, KS

Marilyn Bilyeu, Dodge City, KS

Alan & Dawn Gabel, Bunker Hill, KS

Elizabeth Landau, Silver Spring, MD

Carol Rozean, Hays, KS

Body & Soul Day Spa & Beauty Lounge,

John Gates, Anthony, KS

Kevin & Tasha Lang, Hays, KS

Jason & Valery Rule, Nixa, MO

Brad & Pamela Giesen, Anthony, KS

John & Stacey Lang, Hays, KS

Andrew & Kathy Rupp, Hays, KS

Boot Hill Distillery, Dodge City, KS

Tre Giles, Hays, KS

Lloyd & Iris Lang, Victoria, KS

Carol Rupp, Winfield, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt, Hays, KS

Girls for Gender Equity, Brooklyn, NY

Mia Lang, Hays, KS

Dan & Mary Kay Schippers, Victoria, KS

Budke Home Improvement, Hays, KS

Giving Assistant, San Francisco, CA

Lyn & Janis Lee, Hays, KS

Gordon & Christine Schmidt, Inman, KS

C.S. Post, Hays, KS

Markeita Gleason, Greensburg, KS

Randy & Sherry Leiker, Victoria, KS

Derek & Jennifer Schmidt, Independence, KS

Chartwell's Dining Service, Hays, KS

Timothy & Pamela Gleason, Cimarron, KS

Randy & Sherry Levendofsky, Timnath, CO

Scott & Sarrah Schneider, Hays, KS

Kyle & Kristina Claar, Franktown, CO

Golden Plains Trucking, Hays, KS

Paul & Diane Lewis, Newton, KS

Carol Shepherd, Hays, KS

Tiffani Clark, Colorado Springs, CO

Janet Good, Topeka, KS

Judi Lewis, Emporia, KS

Melanie Sherman, Anthony, KS

Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO

Wayne & Jackie Gottschalk, Schoenchen, KS

Livestock Marketing Association, Kansas City, MO

Showcase Jewelers, Hays, KS

Commercial Signs of Hays, Hays, KS

Frank & Jane Goulding, Greenville, TX

Todd & Sarah Mackey, Hays, KS

Cody & Kelly Simmons, Alma, NE

Cat Coquillette, Lenexa, KS

Larry & Donna Graves, Grove, OK

Travis Mackey & Erica Washburn, Hays, KS

Shane & Stacey Smith, Hays, KS

Kaitlyn Dinges, Hays, KS

Dickey & Leigh Ann Greve, Freeport, KS

Jeanne Mann, Lawrence, KS

Dave & Rae Smith, Hays, KS

Katie Dorzweiler, Hays, KS

Ken Griffin & Marcia Bannister, Hays, KS

Stanley & Judy Martin, Flower Mound, TX

Elizabeth Snyder, Hays, KS

Downtown Hays Development Corp, Hays, KS

Leslie & Linda Gross, Munjor, KS

Jim & Karen Martin, Hutchinson, KS

Soroptimist International of Hays, Hays, KS

Eighth Street Liquor, Hays, KS

Steve & Dorthy Halley, Topeka, KS

Juliene Maska, Hays, KS

SouthLaw, P.C., Overland Park, KS

FHSU Athletics, Hays, KS

Mark & Ethel Hamilton, Anthony, KS

Tisa Mason, Hays, KS

Tim & Jessica Speno, Hays, KS

Tre Giles, Hays, KS

Michael & Teresa Hammerschmidt, Victoria, KS

Steven & Toni McBride, Ardmore, OK

Jade Staab, Hays, KS

Larry & Eva Gould, Hays, KS

Isaac Harold, Hays, KS

Michelle McCormick, Topeka, KS

Bob & Virginia Stark, Kiowa, KS

Grape Vine Ceramics, Hays, KS

2017 DONORS $1,000 - $10,000:

$500 - $999: Jennifer Berry, San Diego, CA FHSU Greek Life, Hays, KS Dean & Julie Haselhorst, Hays, KS Dan & Jennifer Hecker, Hays, KS Insurance Planning, Inc, Hays, KS Corbin & Heather Lambert, Lincoln, NE Greg & Lanae Lang, Hays, KS Verlin & Elaine Pfannenstiel, Victoria, KS Rejuvenations Day and Med Spa, Hays, KS Travis & Jill Rozean, Hays, KS Don & Sharon Schinstock, Hutchinson, KS

$499 and Under: Jim Adams & Debbie Mercer, Manhattan, KS Brendon & Peony Allen, Lawrence, KS Amazon Smile Susan Amrein, Hays, KS Troy & Mary Anderson, Victoria, KS Rachel Angel, Hays, KS Mike & Jill Arensdorf, Hays, KS Auman Company, Hays, KS Patricia Baconrind, Hays, KS Bank of Hays, Hays, KS Cindy Bauer, Hays, KS Daryl Beam, DDS, P.A., Hays, KS Ron & Deb Belau, Gibbon, NE Matt Benaka & Laura Burton, Topeka, KS Wanda Billinger, Hays, KS Scott Billinger, Hays, KS Bob & Kim Blevins, Kiowa, KS Tom & Debbie Bohm, Hays, KS Sue Boldra, Hays, KS David & Jean Botkin, Harper, KS Carla Brown, Colby, KS Drake & Kyla Brungardt, Linwood, KS Christopher & Kathleen Brungardt, Hays, KS

Andover, MA

Hays, KS

Joshua Stokes, Manitou Springs, CO

Lisa VanHorn, Hays, KS Julie Werkowitch, Spearville, KS

GRANTS & MAJOR SPONSORS


Ross Buckles & Heather Harris, Hays, KS

Lance & Emily Hartman, Hays, KS

Sandra McKenzie, Lawrence, KS

Stan & Cheryl Stark, Anthony, KS

Great Plains Dermatology, Hays, KS

Charlie & Connie Busch, Manhattan, KS

Jim & Virginia Hasenack, Pueblo, CO

Jerry & Maxine McMillan, Stafford, KS

Sidney & Marsha Stranathan, Kiowa, KS

Taylor Hanus, Hays, KS

Kacey Callihan & Danielle Robinson, Hays, KS

Troy & Karla Hedrick, Belle Plaine, KS

Jerry & Patricia McNamar, Kiowa, KS

Marty & Mary Straub, Hays, KS

Hays Recreation Commission, Hays, KS

Bob & Sandra Bainter, Hays, KS

Allen & Chris Campbell, Ottawa, KS

Carl Helfrich, Kiowa, KS

Debra Meyer, Danville, KS

Mark & Rachele Strawn, Hutchinson, KS

Johnson Co Comm College, Overland Park, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt, Hays, KS

Dick & Shirley Cantrell, Grove, OK

Robert & Julie Henley, Farmington, NM

Mike & Jeanie Michaelis, Hays, KS

Sudhouse D.C., Washington, DC

KC Royals, Kansas City, MO

Scott & Christiana Crawford, Hays, KS

Howard & Marcia Cantrell, Kiowa, KS

Joplin Higgins, Singleton, NSW, Australia

John Miller, Kiowa, KS

Cindy Summers, Kiowa, KS

Paul & Rona Kramer, Cimarron, KS

Larry & Eva Gould, Hays, KS

Kyle & Crystal Carothers, Anthony, KS

High Plains Roofing, Hays, KS

Jill Miller, Wichita, KS

Sunflower Bank, Hays, KS

Corbin & Heather Lambert, Lincoln, NE

Hays Storage Systems, Hays, KS

CASA of the High Plains, Inc, Hays, KS

Daniel & Gwen Hodges, Victoria, KS

Dale & Kathy Montgomery, Hays, KS

Bob & Gladys Swindler, Ellis, KS

Greg & Lanae Lang, Hays, KS

Stan & Lori Hertel, Hays, KS

Randy & Karen Case, Wichita, KS

Edward & Rochelle Hodges, Harper, KS

Dick & Dixie Moore, Anthony, KS

Jennifer Teget, Hays, KS

Halle Lang, Hays, KS

Kathryn Mitchell, Hays, KS

Daniel & Diane Cashier, Anthony, KS

Lee & Kim Hodny, Hays, KS

Jerry & Robba Moran, Manhattan, KS

Allen & Barb Thomas, Anthony, KS

Mia Lang, Hays, KS

Morgan Stanley Financial, Andover, MA

Cedar Lodge Dental, Hays, KS

Donald & Gretta Hoffman, Hays, KS

Fred & Deanna Mott, Kiowa, KS

Ernie Thorne, Hays, KS

Charlie & Noel Leach, Prairie Village, KS

Gregory & Sybil Orman, Fairway, KS

Ronald & Laura Chartier, Hays, KS

Connie Hofstedt, Sherwood, AR

Daniel & Barbara Muse, Anthony, KS

Tom & Teresa Tomlin, Hazelton, KS

Lifetime Dental, Hays, KS

Pat Parke, Hays, KS

Scott & Kristin Clark, Littleton, CO

Mike & Sara Humphrey, Hays, KS

John & Gloria Musick, Wellsville, KS

Mike & Mari Tucker, Topeka, KS

Ashley Marie Photography, Hays, KS

Daryn & Kelley Parker, Manitou Springs, CO

Cynthia Clark, Anthony, KS

Andy & Joyce Hutter, Council Grove, KS

Network For Good, Washington, DC

Johnny & Leanna Turney, Wakita, OK

Lilly & Marie, Hays, KS

Marcella Patterson, Anthony, KS

Tiffani Clark, Colorado Springs, CO

Danny & Sandy Jacobs, Hays, KS

Leon Nikkel, Lehigh, KS

Andre Tyler, Kansas City, KS

Becky Martinez, Colorado Springs, CO

Francis & Monica Peloso, Colorado Springs, CO

Classic Quality Body Shop, Hays, KS

Amy Jacques, Topeka, KS

Kelly O’Brien Koerner, Garden City, KS

UMC Second Chances, Hill City, KS

Michelle McCormick, Topeka, KS

Rick & Vicki Rajewski, Hays, KS

Coldwell Banker Executive Realty, Hays, KS

Jamberry Nails, LLC, American Fork, UT

Tajucleen & Joni Olasunkanmi, Hays, KS

Darren & Amanda Unrein, Hays, KS

Stan & Joyce Newell, Hays, KS

Mark & Sylvia Russell, Houston, TX

Lindsay Cooper, Hays, KS

Bettina Jamerson, Kansas City, MO

Michelle Overton, Anthony, KS

Fred & Phyl Vance, Topeka, KS

Pamela Jacobs Consulting, Fayetteville, NC

Jeff & Melanie Smarsh, Maize, KS

Chris Crawford, Spearfish, SD

JCPenney-Change for the Better Campaign,

Denise Parker, Dodge City, KS

Linda Vossberg, Wichita, KS

Kenny & Lien Quan, Hays, KS

Cathy Spicer, Anthony, KS

Susan Croft, Anthony, KS

Kyle & Kristin Parker, Dodge City, KS

Charles Votaw, Hays, KS

Josh & Dawn Rajewski, Lenexa, KS

Ellen Sward, Lawrence, KS

Mark & Shayla Darnell, Harper, KS

Pamela Jacobs, Fayetteville, NC

Cori Patterson, Wichita, KS

Eric & Jen Wagner, Hays, KS

REDZ, Hays, KS

Don & Jill Tillman, Hays, KS

Paul & Stephanie Davis, Lawrence, KS

Logan & Nikki Jansonius, Hays, KS

Tyra Patterson, Pearcy, AR

Rebecca Wallace

Refine, Hays, KS

Dale & Carmela Van Tuyl, Leavenworth, KS

Dennis & Ellen Delay, Council Grove, KS

Sherrilynn Jeffery, Burr Oak, KS

John & Pam Peck, Mission, KS

David and Donna Ward, Hays, KS

Rejuvenations Day and Med Spa, Hays, KS

Dana Watts, Washington, DC

Andrew Dierks & Erin Curtis-Dierks, Lawrence, KS

Jeter Law Firm, LLP, Hays, KS

Dennis & Ruth Perry, Anthony, KS

Carolyn Wasinger, Hutchinson, KS

Kari Rinker, Wichita, KS

Luo (Jessie) Zhai, Yangzhou, Jiangsu

Kaitlyn Dinges, Hays, KS

Kelly & Ladeena Johnston, Wichita, KS

John & Ruth Peters, Walton, KS

Marlou Wegener, Topeka, KS

Aaron Rumpel, WaKeeney, KS

John & Rhonda Dopita, Hays, KS

Fred & Pam Joy, Hays, KS

Tom & Tammy Peterson, Cimarron, KS

Larry & Jane Whisman, Anthony, KS

Tammi Sauer, Victoria, KS

Douglas Co Community Foundation, Lawrence, KS

Mark & Marcy Kastens, Anthony, KS

Mike & Carol Petitjean, Emporia, KS

Marty White, Council Grove, KS

Don & Sharon Schinstock, Hutchinson, KS

Sharon Dreher, Hays, KS

Gerald & Joyce Kaup, Anthony, KS

Tom & Carol Pitner, Hays, KS

Wichita County Jr/Sr High School, Leoti, KS

Schneider Auction Services, Schoenchen, KS

Stacey Duderstadt, Ottawa, KS

Norman & Sandy Keller, Hays, KS

Pratt Community College/AVS, Pratt, KS

Sabrina William, Hays, KS

Jalyn Shaw, Selden, KS

Sandy Dunn, Anthony, KS

Rick & Paula Keltner, Hays, KS

Debra Prideaux, Hays, KS

Jesse & Kim Williams, Lawrence, KS

Showcase Jewelers, Hays, KS

Vera Dunn, Anthony, KS

Sherri Kendall, Missouri City, TX

Jennifer Rack, Hays, KS

David Williams III, Anthony, KS

Shane & Stacey Smith, Hays, KS

Jim & Sherrie Eaton, Anthony, KS

Jason & Shannon Kimball, Lawrence, KS

Josh & Dawn Rajewski, Lenexa, KS

Randon & Audrey Woodard,

Soroptimist International of Hays, Hays, KS

Terra Eck, Andale, KS

Kiwanis Club of Hays, Hays, KS

Dennis & Gayla Randel, Frankfort, KS

Colorado Springs, CO

Cole Engel, Hays, KS

Bob & Dena Koblitz, Hazelton, KS

Matt & Elli Reid, Manitou Springs, CO

Hsin-Yen Yang, Hays, KS

Symphony in the Flint Hills, Inc, Cottonwood Falls, KS

Jennifer Farrington, Hays, KS

Ivan & LeAnn Koblitz, Hazelton, KS

Roger & Wanda Reid, Lyons, KS

Keith & Aldean Young, Guthrie, OK

Ashley Templeton, Wilson, KS

FCCLA, Wichita, KS

Paul & Rona Kramer, Cimarron, KS

Cole & Regan Reif, Great Bend, KS

Jeff & Karie Younger, Hays, KS

Brittany Teter, Colorado Springs, CO

FCSTN, Lincoln, NE

Graham Kreicker, Lawrence, KS

Richard & Karen Rhoads, Kearney, NE

Dick Zeitlow, Wichita, KS

The Buckle, Hays, KS

Eugene & Londa Fischer, Anthony, KS

Linda Kreutzer, Derby, KS

Duane & Pam Ricke, Attica, KS

Brett & Julie Zollinger, Hays, KS

The Furniture Look, Hays, KS

Joel & Annette Fish, Overland Park, KS

Sue Kreutzer, Hays, KS

Kari Rinker, Wichita, KS

Harold & Theresa Flaigle, Wichita, KS

KU Toss For A Cause, Lawrence, KS

Carol Rome, Hays, KS

In-Kind Donations:

John & Kathy Francis, Anthony, KS

Jamie & Kelsey Kuehl, Dodge City, KS

John & Valerie Roper, Lawrence, KS

Ball State University, Muncie, IN

Ronald & Pamela Fredrick, Hutchinson, KS

Jack & Brenda Kuhlmann, New Port Richey, FL

Jean Rosenthal, Kansas City, MO

Lynette Bickley, Colorado Springs, CO

Dave & Kay Fritchen, Manhattan, KS

Norbert Kuhn, Hays, KS

Dennis & Mary Rotman, Cawker City, KS

Marilyn Bilyeu, Dodge City, KS

Alan & Dawn Gabel, Bunker Hill, KS

Elizabeth Landau, Silver Spring, MD

Carol Rozean, Hays, KS

Body & Soul Day Spa & Beauty Lounge,

John Gates, Anthony, KS

Kevin & Tasha Lang, Hays, KS

Jason & Valery Rule, Nixa, MO

Brad & Pamela Giesen, Anthony, KS

John & Stacey Lang, Hays, KS

Andrew & Kathy Rupp, Hays, KS

Boot Hill Distillery, Dodge City, KS

Tre Giles, Hays, KS

Lloyd & Iris Lang, Victoria, KS

Carol Rupp, Winfield, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt, Hays, KS

Girls for Gender Equity, Brooklyn, NY

Mia Lang, Hays, KS

Dan & Mary Kay Schippers, Victoria, KS

Budke Home Improvement, Hays, KS

Giving Assistant, San Francisco, CA

Lyn & Janis Lee, Hays, KS

Gordon & Christine Schmidt, Inman, KS

C.S. Post, Hays, KS

Markeita Gleason, Greensburg, KS

Randy & Sherry Leiker, Victoria, KS

Derek & Jennifer Schmidt, Independence, KS

Chartwell's Dining Service, Hays, KS

Timothy & Pamela Gleason, Cimarron, KS

Randy & Sherry Levendofsky, Timnath, CO

Scott & Sarrah Schneider, Hays, KS

Kyle & Kristina Claar, Franktown, CO

Golden Plains Trucking, Hays, KS

Paul & Diane Lewis, Newton, KS

Carol Shepherd, Hays, KS

Tiffani Clark, Colorado Springs, CO

Janet Good, Topeka, KS

Judi Lewis, Emporia, KS

Melanie Sherman, Anthony, KS

Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO

Wayne & Jackie Gottschalk, Schoenchen, KS

Livestock Marketing Association, Kansas City, MO

Showcase Jewelers, Hays, KS

Commercial Signs of Hays, Hays, KS

Frank & Jane Goulding, Greenville, TX

Todd & Sarah Mackey, Hays, KS

Cody & Kelly Simmons, Alma, NE

Cat Coquillette, Lenexa, KS

Larry & Donna Graves, Grove, OK

Travis Mackey & Erica Washburn, Hays, KS

Shane & Stacey Smith, Hays, KS

Kaitlyn Dinges, Hays, KS

Dickey & Leigh Ann Greve, Freeport, KS

Jeanne Mann, Lawrence, KS

Dave & Rae Smith, Hays, KS

Katie Dorzweiler, Hays, KS

Ken Griffin & Marcia Bannister, Hays, KS

Stanley & Judy Martin, Flower Mound, TX

Elizabeth Snyder, Hays, KS

Downtown Hays Development Corp, Hays, KS

Leslie & Linda Gross, Munjor, KS

Jim & Karen Martin, Hutchinson, KS

Soroptimist International of Hays, Hays, KS

Eighth Street Liquor, Hays, KS

Steve & Dorthy Halley, Topeka, KS

Juliene Maska, Hays, KS

SouthLaw, P.C., Overland Park, KS

FHSU Athletics, Hays, KS

Mark & Ethel Hamilton, Anthony, KS

Tisa Mason, Hays, KS

Tim & Jessica Speno, Hays, KS

Tre Giles, Hays, KS

Michael & Teresa Hammerschmidt, Victoria, KS

Steven & Toni McBride, Ardmore, OK

Jade Staab, Hays, KS

Larry & Eva Gould, Hays, KS

Isaac Harold, Hays, KS

Michelle McCormick, Topeka, KS

Bob & Virginia Stark, Kiowa, KS

Grape Vine Ceramics, Hays, KS

2017 DONORS $1,000 - $10,000:

$500 - $999: Jennifer Berry, San Diego, CA FHSU Greek Life, Hays, KS Dean & Julie Haselhorst, Hays, KS Dan & Jennifer Hecker, Hays, KS Insurance Planning, Inc, Hays, KS Corbin & Heather Lambert, Lincoln, NE Greg & Lanae Lang, Hays, KS Verlin & Elaine Pfannenstiel, Victoria, KS Rejuvenations Day and Med Spa, Hays, KS Travis & Jill Rozean, Hays, KS Don & Sharon Schinstock, Hutchinson, KS

$499 and Under: Jim Adams & Debbie Mercer, Manhattan, KS Brendon & Peony Allen, Lawrence, KS Amazon Smile Susan Amrein, Hays, KS Troy & Mary Anderson, Victoria, KS Rachel Angel, Hays, KS Mike & Jill Arensdorf, Hays, KS Auman Company, Hays, KS Patricia Baconrind, Hays, KS Bank of Hays, Hays, KS Cindy Bauer, Hays, KS Daryl Beam, DDS, P.A., Hays, KS Ron & Deb Belau, Gibbon, NE Matt Benaka & Laura Burton, Topeka, KS Wanda Billinger, Hays, KS Scott Billinger, Hays, KS Bob & Kim Blevins, Kiowa, KS Tom & Debbie Bohm, Hays, KS Sue Boldra, Hays, KS David & Jean Botkin, Harper, KS Carla Brown, Colby, KS Drake & Kyla Brungardt, Linwood, KS Christopher & Kathleen Brungardt, Hays, KS

Andover, MA

Hays, KS

Joshua Stokes, Manitou Springs, CO

Lisa VanHorn, Hays, KS Julie Werkowitch, Spearville, KS

GRANTS & MAJOR SPONSORS


PROGRAM FOCUS AREAS

OUR TEAM Board Officers Heather Lambert, Ph.D., Lincoln, NE (President)

We believe that one of the most effective ways to prevent gender and relationship violence is to educate adolescents about what constitutes a healthy vs. unhealthy relationship at the very time they begin to enter their first relationships. We can ultimately reduce the instances of gender and relationship violence by empowering young people to engage in healthy and supportive relationships and to create a strong culture of respect. Our goal as prevention educators is to stop the violence before it begins. Over this past year, we have continued our efforts in Kansas, but the scope of our work is expanding further into Nebraska and Colorado. In 2017, we worked with 201 middle and high schools and impacted nearly 20,000 students! Using our comprehensive model, we offer schools tailor-made, multilevel education and prevention programs that meets the specific needs of each individual school.

Michelle McCormick, LMSW, Topeka, KS (Vice-President) Stephanie Davis, Ph.D., Lawrence, KS (Secretary) Christie Brungardt, Ph.D., Hays, KS (Treasurer)

Board of Directors Jennifer Berry, J.D., San Diego, CA Curt Brungardt, Ph.D., Hays, KS Tre’ Giles, Hays, KS Joplin Higgins, LLB GDLP, Singleton, Australia

Staff

Pamela Jacobs, J.D., Fayetteville, NC

Kelley Kuhlmann Parker, MLS

Elizabeth Landau, J.D., Washington, D.C.

Christie Brungardt, Ph.D.,

Kari Ann Rinker, MPA, Wichita, KS This past year, our higher education work has grown immensely. Now more than ever, we believe that colleges and universities can and should do more to prevent gender and relationship violence. Our programming provides higher education institutions with the training and resources they need to improve both their prevention and response efforts to sexual violence, partner violence and stalking on campus. For the first time in 2017, we implemented three regional campus safety summits. In April, we hosted our newest summit, the Midwest Campus Safety Summit at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. This inaugural summit had over 100 participants from nine states and 34 colleges and universities. On June 7-8, we hosted the Rocky Mountain Campus Safety Summit on the campus of Colorado College, in Colorado Springs. This 2nd annual summit had over 100 attendees, representing nine states and 40 colleges and universities. We finished the year with the 5th annual Heartland Campus Safety Summit on November 15-16 in Overland Park, Kansas on the campus of Johnson County Community College. This longest running summit, hosted nearly 200 participants from 12 states and 76 different colleges and universities.

States IImpacted Imp pacted By Our 2017 Summits

Executive Director

Volunteer Education Specialist - Secondary Education

Mark Russell, CFA, CFP, Houston, TX

Curt Brungardt, Ph.D.,

Lou Zhai, M.S., Jiangsu, China

Volunteer Education Specialist - Higher Education

Dana Watts, J.D., Washington, D.C.

Sandra Bainter Office & Financial Manager

Administrative and Program Associates Karie Younger, CPA, Accounting Susan Harding, J.D., Legal Counsel Ashley Templeton, Photography Services Alma Hidalgo, MSE, Graphic Design FHSU Printing Services Justin Greenleaf, Ph.D., Webmaster Monique Litherland, Safe Dates Trainer

Kaiti Dinges, MPS Education & Prevention Specialist

Tiffani Clark Education & Prevention Specialist

Jennifer Farrington Program Support and Assessment Coordinator

Jalyn Shaw Administrative Intern

Founding Members

HEARTLAND

17

campus safety

summit 20

35 419 326 277

States Impacted

*2013-2017 Data

Middle and High Schools Impacted

Teachers Trained on Safe Dates Curriculum

Colleges and Universities Impacted

98

Community Partnerships and Collaboration

Bob & Sandra Bainter, Hays, KS Ray & Olivia Becker, Hays, KS Blue Cross Blue Shield KS Foundation, Topeka, KS Gary & Diane Bolton, Council Grove, KS Curt & Christie Brungardt, Hays, KS Brian & Samantha Butler, Hays, KS Tim & Mona Chapman, Hays, KS Andrew Dierks & Erin Curtis-Dierks, Lawrence, KS Milt & Marti Dougherty, Wichita, KS Eagle Communications, Hays, KS Eastman Fund, Sunnyside, NY Lila Gilpin, Hays, KS Larry & Eva Gould, Hays, KS Hays Academy of Hair Design, Hays, KS Insurance Planning, Inc., Hays, KS

Kansas Health Foundation, Wichita, KS Corbin & Heather Lambert, Lincoln, NE Mia Lang, Hays, KS Lawrence Community Event, Lawrence, KS Mass Mutual Financial, Stuart, FL Midwest Energy, Hays, KS Morgan Stanley Financial, Andover, MA Stan & Joyce Newell, Hays, KS Leanne Olson-Memorial, Wichita, KS Pat Parke, Hays, KS Daryn & Kelley Parker, Manitou Springs, CO Kyle & Kristin Parker, Dodge City, KS Marcella Patterson, Anthony, KS Randy Patterson, Anthony, KS Terry & Laurie Roth, Hays, KS

Mark & Sylvia Russell, Houston, TX Don & Sharon Schinstock, Hutchinson, KS Soroptimist-S. Central Region, Dodge City, KS Cathy Spicer, Anthony, KS Warren & Beverly Stafford, Hill City, KS Cindy Summers, Kiowa, KS Ellen Sward, Lawrence, KS Verizon Wireless, Overland Park, KS Trinity Lutheran Church, Hays, KS OG Voss Family Fund, San Francisco, CA Walmart Foundation, Bentonville, AR Larry & Jane Whisman, Anthony, KS Luo (Jessie) Zhai, Jiangsu, China Zhuping Zhai and Xuihua Wan, Jiangsu, China


Our mission is to provide quality educational programming that prevents gender and relationship violence. Working with secondary schools, colleges and universities, and community-based organizations and agencies, Jana’s Campaign delivers specialized and comprehensive prevention programming that is designed to prevent violence, build healthy relationships and create new social norms.

Our direct work with students and citizens is possible by partnering with and through allies. Our prevention model is based on delivering our prevention work through secondary schools, colleges and universities and community-based organizations. By building strong and collaborative partnerships with these local entities, we can better leverage resources, build on each other’s strengths and talents, and enhance organizational capacity that encourages sustainability.

We believe in the power of speaking out about the issues of gender and relationship violence. In partnership with community organizations, we work to provide community-wide educational and prevention programs that reduce violence. Our efforts also include mobilizing others to volunteer and make a difference in their communities. This past year, staff and board members were directly involved in several major community educational activities. This included local community forums, as well as regional and national conferences. Most notably was our work with the Colorado Action Conference, Mercy College Medical Center/St. Elizabeth Hospital of Youngstown, Ohio, the Kansas Court Services Annual Conference and Muscogee Creek Nation of Okmulgee, Oklahoma.

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Jana’s Campaign receives national award In January, we received the national ‘commended program award’ by the Mary Byron Project (Louisville, KY) for our work in teen dating violence prevention. On July 3, 2008, Jana Mackey lost her life to violence perpetrated by an ex-boyfriend in Lawrence, Kansas. The 25-year-old University of Kansas law student was an advocate for women’s rights and had spent years volunteering to aid victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Jana represented the new generation of American feminists. As a passionate social and women’s activist, Jana fought for equality and social justice at every turn. Described as “honey on steel,” Jana Lynne Mackey was the kind of woman that inspired others. She inspired through her words, her song, and her actions. Jana was beautiful, intelligent and kind. She was an advocate, a friend, a sister, and a daughter. She was magnetic. She was a bright spot in an ordinary day. She was a hero.

We exceeded our fundraising goal with the IMPACT Project This past October, we completed our $500,000 national fundraising campaign. We raised $557,955 in 22 short months.

Our secondary education program grows in Colorado and Nebraska In 2017, our work with middle and high schools in the states of Colorado and Nebraska have more than doubled.

Jana’s Campaign hosts the first Midwest Campus Safety Summit

As we reflect over the eight plus years of Jana’s Campaign, we are proud of what we have built in honor of Jana. With the help of many of you, we have created an impactful organization that works to prevent gender and relationship violence. While our educational programs and activities have evolved over time, our goal has always remained the same: to reduce and eliminate gender and relationship violence. What makes Jana’s Campaign unique and different is that we specialize solely in the area of education and gender violence prevention. This single-focused mission is designed to have the greatest societal impact. This past year, we published a detailed document on the impact of our work. The 2013-2016 Assessment Data and Impact Report illustrated the scale and scope of our work, but most importantly, it also showed that we are having the impact desired. Simply, we believe in the “power of education.” We believe that education is the most powerful instrument of social change and development. We believe that through education, we can change and improve social attitudes, behaviors, customs, interactions, relations and social norms. We are a passionate team of violence prevention educators who are dedicated to empowering others for social change. Finally, we again want to thank each of you who continue to support us - month after month and year after year. Collectively, WE ARE BUILDING A SAFER WORLD. Warmly, Curt and Christie Brungardt

Last April, we hosted the first Midwest Campus Safety Summit on the campus of Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Over 100 attendees representing 9 states participated.

We added two new full time educators to our staff In the spring of 2017, we added two full time Education and Prevention Specialists to our staff. Kaiti Dinges, is housed in our Hays, KS office, and Tiffani Clark works out of our Colorado Springs, CO office.

Jana’s Campaign pilots new ‘Athletes as Leaders’ program We are proud to announce that we piloted a new national educational program designed for high school female student athletes. The program is being implemented at Hays High School (KS).

Published The 2013-2016 Assessment Data and Impact Report In April of 2017, we completed and published The Assessment Data and Impact Report, a comprehensive summary of all of our educational activities for the 2013-2016 calendar year. This report illustrated program outputs, program outcomes and the impact of our programming.

Secondary Education work now includes bystander intervention trainings This past year, we expanded our secondary education work to include bystander intervention trainings. National evaluation data illustrates the tremendous impact of this educational strategy in reducing abuse and violence.


FINANCIAL REPORT

ANNUAL REPORT 2017 REVENUE

2017 EXPENDITURES

$400,762

$410,592

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$239 .06%

$76,342 19%

2017

$57,765 14% $96,950 23%

$44,191 11%

$168,523 42%

$84,640 26% $126, 827 31%

$130,281 33%

$25,594 6%

Grants/Awards In-Kind Services In-Kind Goods

Earned Revenue/Service Fees Donations Product Sales

Secondary Ed Higher Ed

Community Ed Administration

At the date of publication, this financial data has not been audited; however, this is a fair and responsible representation of financial statements in accordance with general accounting principles.

2018 ANNUAL GIVING PROGRAM Annually, Jana’s Campaign seeks financial gifts and donations from our friends and supporters to provide the needed resources for us to serve our mission. Our financial foundation is built on (1) private gifts and donations, (2) corporate support and private foundations and (3) our own earned income. Again, in 2018, we hope to raise $75,000 from private individual donors. All donations, large and small, are highly appreciated and go directly to our violence prevention programming. Jana’s Campaign is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization and contributions are tax deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Service.

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website: janascampaign.org

NATIONAL OFFICE - KANSAS PO Box 647 l Hays, KS 67601 l 785-656-0324 COLORADO OFFICE 415 N. Tejon St. l Colorado Springs, CO 80903 l 719-660-8537 email: janascampaign@gmail.com

Jana’s Campaign is a national education and violence prevention organization with the single mission of reducing gender and relationship violence. In honor of the late Jana Mackey and other victims and survivors of gender and relationship violence, Jana’s Campaign delivers comprehensive educational programming that prevents domestic and dating violence, sexual violence and stalking.

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Jana's Campaign 2017 Annual Report  

Jana's Campaign 2017 Annual Report  

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