P O W E R of P R E V E N T I O N
EDUCATION about and PREVENTION against gender and relationship violence ANNUAL REPORT 2018
WORKING THROUGH ALLIES
Our mission is to provide quality educational programming that prevents gender and relationship violence. Working through secondary schools, colleges and universities and community-based organizations and agencies, Jana’s Campaign delivers specialized prevention strategies and curricula 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 education 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.
On July 3, 2008, Jana Lynne Mackey lost her life to violence perpetrated by an exboyfriend in Lawrence, Kansas. The 25-year-old University of Kansas law student was an advocate for women’s rights and spent years volunteering to aid victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. As a passionate social and women’s activist, Jana fought for equality and social justice at every turn. Described as “honey on steel,” Jana Mackey was the kind of woman that inspired others. She inspired through her words, her song, her actions. In March 2008, Jana attended a Women’s Leadership Conference, where she was asked to prioritize her top personal values. Jana identified her most important value as “equality for all persons,” and her second most important as “the courage to stand up for her own beliefs.” Jana ‘walked’ her values. With these values, coupled with her years of activism and political experience, Jana believed a law degree was the next step in her journey to become the most eﬀective advocate possible for women and other underrepresented groups.
Jana was beautiful, intelligent and kind. She was an advocate, a friend, a sister, a daughter. She was magnetic. She was a bright spot on an ordinary day. Jana was a hero. Jana is missed.
A LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR A decade without Jana. What a powerful void she leaves, and though tremendous work has been accomplished in her honor, we cannot help but ponder all she might have accomplished on her own in these past ten years. When I joined Jana’s Campaign in early 2018, I could not quite comprehend the massive impact this organization has each year. The passion co-founders Christie and Curt Brungardt put into this work, into making our world a safer place, is awe-inspiring. The dedication of each team member to put forth the best possible programming and to tackle each challenge with vigor and determination amazes me each and every day. The treasures all of you invest in Jana’s Campaign make this labor of love possible. As a true believer in the #PowerofPrevention, the investment into prevention work and our youth resonates deeply with me. Education continues to be the key to our prevention model. Using education to change and improve attitudes, behaviors, interactions and ultimately social norms, we can end gender and relationship violence together. I am humbled and proud to be a part of this organization and this team. I look forward to the continued impact and growth we will have in the coming year. The successes and differences we make are made possible by all of you – our friends, family, supporters, donors and partners of Jana’s Campaign. Thank you for all you do and we look forward to the next decade of making a difference in Jana’s honor.
OUR TEAM Board of Directors
Administrative & Program Associates
Kelley Kuhlmann Parker, MLS – Manitou Springs, CO Michelle McCormick, LMSW – Topeka, KS Heather Lambert, Ph.D. – Lincoln, NE Christie Brungardt, Ph.D. – Hays, KS Jennifer Berry, J.D. – San Diego, CA Joplin Higgins, J.D. – Singleton, Australia Elizabeth Landau, J.D. – Washington, DC Monica Peloso, MA, MS – Colorado Springs, CO Kari Ann Rinker, MPA – Wichita, KS Mark Russell, CFA, CFP – Houston, TX Dana Watts, J.D. – Washington, DC Lou Zhai, MS – Jiangsu, China
Karie Younger, CPA, Accounting Susan Harding, J.D., Legal Counsel Ashley Templeton, Photography Services Alma Hidalgo, MSE, Graphic Design Justin Greenleaf, Ph.D., Webmaster Monique Litherland, Safe Dates Trainer Tre’ Giles, Man2Man Facilitator
Staff Kim Cebula Christie Brungardt, Ph.D. Curt Brungardt, Ph.D. Sandra Bainter Kaiti Dinges, MPS Jennifer Farrington Julie Werkowitch
Founding Members 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 Dougherty, Wichita, KS 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 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 Zhai, Jiangsu, China Zhuping Zhai and Xuihua Wan, Jiangsu, China
2018 DONORS $5,000 - $10,000: Ronnie Patterson, Waldron, KS Mark & Sylvia Russell, Houston, TX
$1,000 - $4,999 Bob & Sandra Bainter, Hays, KS Lane Bigge, Hays, KS Curt & Christie Brungardt, Hays, KS Jane Johnson, Colby, KS Greg & Lanae Lang, Hays, KS LDI Management, Hays, KS Randy & Sherry Leiker, Victoria, KS Don & Toni Miller, Syracuse, KS Morgan Stanley Financial, Andover, MA Nicole & Trevor Ottley, Hays, KS Rejuvenations Day & Med Spa, Hays, KS Rod & Shelly Rodenbeck, Colby, KS Sharon Schinstock, Hutchinson, KS Jeﬀ & Melanie Smarsh, Wichita, KS Ellen Sward, Lawrence, KS Thomas County Attorney, Colby, KS Don & Jill Tillman, Hays, KS Dana Watts, Washington, DC
$500 - $999 Richard & Skyler Allen, Colby, KS Jennifer Berry, San Diego, CA Ross Buckles & Heather Harris, Hays, KS FHSU Greek Life, Hays, KS Tad & LuAnn Fuller, Council Grove, KS Rachel Gardner, Hays, KS Steve & Dorthy Halley, Topeka, KS Sherrilynn Jeﬀery, Burr Oak, KS Jeﬀ & Angie Klaus, Wichita, KS Linda Kreutzer, Derby, KS Michelle McCormick, Topeka, KS Kathryn Mitchell, Hays, KS Verlin & Elaine Pfannenstiel, Victoria, KS Travis & Jill Rozean, Hays, KS Cathy Spicer, Anthony, KS Thomas More Prep-Marian High, Hays, KS Thomas More Prep-Marian JH StuCo, Hays, KS Tara Thorne, Hays, KS Dale & Carmela Van Tuyl, Leavenworth, KS Paul Weishaar, Wichita, KS
$400 and Under Adams, Brown, Beran & Ball CHTD, Colby, KS Brendon & Peony Allen, Lawrence, KS Mark & Heather Alwin, Colby, KS Susan Amrein, Hays, KS Damon & Jessica Andrews, Colby, KS Mike & Jill Arensdorf, Hays, KS Hannah Ballou, London, England Cindy Bauer, Hays, KS David & Lisa Becker, Colby, KS Alexander Belich, Cutchogue, NY Bethany College, Lindsborg, KS Raile Blackburn, Superior, NE Sean & Lisa Blanchard, Las Vegas, NV Randal & Debra Blanchat, Danville, KS Cody & Shawna Bloedorn, Colby, KS Darrin & Janese Boger, Jetmore, KS Tom & Debbie Bohm, Hays, KS Roxanne Brackney, Hays, KS Sheena Brown, Colby, KS Tess Brown, Colby, KS Joslyn Brungardt, Hays, KS Sara Brungardt, Scottsdale, AZ Linda Brunswick, McCook, NE Kyle & Lisa Burgoon, Topeka, KS Charlie & Connie Busch, Manhattan, KS Brian & Samantha Butler, Hays, KS Kacey Callihan & Danielle Robinson, Hays, KS
Cade & Tisha Carter, Colby, KS Dana Carter, Gem, KS Aaron & Kimberly Cebula, Hays, KS Alan & Amanda Cebula, Saint George, KS Stan & Gwendolyn Cebula, Goodland, KS Cedar Lodge Dental, Hays, KS Ronald & Laura Chartier, Hays, KS Jeremy Chase, Hays, KS Tiﬀani Clark, Colorado Springs, CO Renee Cline, Hays, KS Amy Cohen, Lawrence, KS Coldwell Banker Executive Realty, Hays, KS Lindsay Cooper, Hays, KS Robert & Diane Couch, Anthony, KS James & Judy Curtis, Topeka, KS Brad & Andrea Davis, Colby, KS Dennis & Ellen Delay, Council Grove, KS Andrew Dierks & Erin Curtis-Dierks, Lawrence, KS Kaitlyn Dinges, Hays, KS Shawn Dinges, Wichita, KS Stan Dreiling, Hays, KS Carl Drouhard, Danville, KS Andrew & Jenessa Elling, Colby, KS Austin Enns, Kansas City, MO Greg Farley & Andree Brisson, Hays, KS Laura Findley, Wichita, KS Mark & Tracie Gauntt, Hoyt, KS Tre Giles, Hays, KS Rodney Goertz, Anthony, KS Wayne & Jackie Gottschalk, Schoenchen, KS Larry & Eva Gould, Hays, KS Samuel & Judith Grant, Topeka, KS Larry & Donna Graves, Grove, OK Ken Griﬀin & Marcia Bannister, Hays, KS Linda Gross, Munjor, KS Mario & Karen Gutierrez, Hays, KS Douglas & Carol Haberman, Hays, KS Chris & Jessica Halbleib, Colby, KS Margaret Hamilton, Wichita, KS Lance & Emily Hartman, Hays, KS Hays Storage Systems, Hays, KS Dan & Jennifer Hecker, Hays, KS Britt Hedlund, Anthony, KS Stan & Lori Hertel, Hays, KS Thomas & Francine Hestermann, Hays, KS High Plains Roofing, Hays, KS Jerry & Sandy Hill, Colby, KS Susan Hill, Wichita, KS Billie Holladay Skelley, Joplin, MO Scott & Jana Horsfall, Hays, KS Angie Hoskins, Hays, KS Brittany Howell, La Crosse, KS Wesley Hughes, Waldron, KS Mike & Sara Humphrey, Hays, KS Andy Hyland, Mission, KS Insurance Planning, Inc, Hays, KS Danny & Sandy Jacobs, Hays, KS Adam & Alisha Janousek, Colby, KS Jeter Turner Sook Baxter LLP, Hays, KS Manuel & Karen Jimenez, Yorba Linda, CA Kelly & Ladeena Johnston, Wichita, KS Fred & Pam Joy, Hays, KS Glenn Kaaz, Colby, KS Kaiser Liquor, Hays, KS Matt & Michaela Kaus, Colby, KS Norman & Sandy Keller, Hays, KS Mike & Julie Kelley, Shawnee, KS Rick & Paula Keltner, Hays, KS Peggy Kern, Osborne, KS Karol Kieﬀer, Hays, KS Valerie Kindler, Russell, KS Edward & Paula King, Manhattan, KS Kiwanis Club of Hays, Hays, KS Callie Kolacny, Hays, KS Paul & Rona Kramer, Cimarron, KS
Graham Kreicker, Lawrence, KS Sue Kreutzer, Hays, KS Janet Good, Topeka, KS Mary Kuckelman, Topeka, KS Jack & Brenda Kuhlmann, New Port Richey, FL Corbin & Heather Lambert, Lincoln, NE Rachel Lamm, Colby, KS Freddie & Donna Lamm, Colby, KS Elizabeth Landau, Silver Spring, MD Brian & Anne Lang, Hays, KS Lloyd & Iris Lang, Victoria, KS Mia Lang, Hays, KS Jerad Lange, Colby, KS Randy & Barbara Leckron, Abilene, KS Lyn & Janis Lee, Hays, KS Joseph & Jenny Leiker, Hays, KS Matthew & Jennifer Leiker, Hays, KS Dane & Kayla Lonnon, Hays, KS Todd & Sarah Mackey, Hays, KS Travis Mackey & Erica Washburn, Hays, KS Larry & Ann Mah, Topeka, KS Jeanne Mann, Lawrence, KS Tisa Mason, Hays, KS Steven & Toni McBride, Ardmore, OK Chad & Sarah McCarty, Hays, KS Richard & Ann McConkey, Topeka, KS Robert & Agnes Meier, Hays, KS Layton Miller, Spearville, KS Lucy Mills, Topeka, KS Jerry & Robba Moran, Manhattan, KS Ryan Murphy, Colby, KS Craig & Sheryl Neeland, Great Bend, KS Stan & Joyce Newell, Hays, KS Nex-Tech Wireless, Hays, KS Shawna Noller, Hays, KS Kelly Nuckolls, Takoma Park, MD Kenton & Carol Olliﬀ, Hays, KS Robert Overton, Colby, KS Michelle Overton, Anthony, KS Daryn & Kelley Parker, Manitou Springs, CO John & Pam Peck, Mission, KS Francis & Monica Peloso, CO Springs, CO Tom & Carol Pitner, Hays, KS Kelly & Michele Pitts, Moundridge, KS Marcie Pray, Victoria, KS Amber Prejean, Hays, KS Debra Prideaux, Hays, KS Ziwei Qi, Hays, KS Marvin & Jennifer Rack, Hays, KS Jackie Ratliﬀ-Biggs, Lawrence, KS Donald & Aileen Raymer, Marion, KS Richard & Marliece Ribelin, Osage City, KS Brandy Ridgway, Hays, KS Kari Rinker, Wichita, KS Russell Rodenbeck, Colby, KS Carol Rome, Hays, KS Roofmasters Roofing & Sheet Metal, Hays, KS Cynthia Root, Berryton, KS John & Valerie Roper, Lawrence, KS Jean Rosenthal, Kansas City, MO Terry & Laurie Roth, Hays, KS Carol Rozean, Hays, KS Jason & Valery Rule, Nixa, MO Andrew & Kathy Rupp, Hays, KS Carol Rupp, Winfield, KS David & Bonnie Sanderson, Salina, KS Francis & Betty Scheetz, Topeka, KS Troy & Geralyn Schippers, Victoria, KS Scott Schlageck, Lawrence, KS Gary & Elizabeth Schmeidler, Hays, KS Gordon & Christine Schmidt, Inman, KS Jason & Chris Schneider, Schoenchen, KS Jalyn Shaw, Hays, KS Carol Shepherd, Hays, KS Vi Simon, North Newton, KS
Dave & Rae Smith, Hays, KS Shane & Stacey Smith, Hays, KS Elizabeth Snyder, Hays, KS Soroptimist International of Hays, Hays, KS Grant & Jennifer Sourk, Topeka, KS SouthLaw, P.C., Overland Park, KS Amber Stackenwalt, Hays, KS Natalie Stanley, Saint George, KS Cheryl Stark, Anthony, KS Ethan & Marci Stickel, Selden, KS Marty & Mary Straub, Hays, KS Angie Strecker, Topeka, KS Chris & Michelle Sullivan, Topeka, KS Sunflower Bank, Hays, KS Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Hays, KS Troy & April Terry, Hays, KS Kathleen Thorne, Louisville, CO Louis & Deborah Townsend, Manhattan, KS Bill & Kathryn Tuttle, Lawrence, KS Andre Tyler, Kansas City, KS UMC Second Chances, Hill City, KS Darren & Amanda Unrein, Hays, KS Fred & Phyl Vance, Topeka, KS David and Donna Ward, Hays, KS Steve & Brenda Waring, Hays, KS Carolyn Wasinger, Hutchinson, KS Marlou Wegener, Topeka, KS Valerie Wente, Hays, KS Jamie Werkowitch, Syracuse, KS Mike & Penny Werkowitch, Osawatomie, KS Neil & Sherry White, Colby, KS Sabrina William, Hays, KS Wood 'N' Post Lumber, Syracuse, KS Randon & Audrey Woodard, CO Springs, CO Trista Wysong, Hill City, KS Hsin-Yen Yang, Hays, KS Jeï¬&#x20AC; & Karie Younger, Hays, KS Luo Zhai, Yangzhou, Jiangsu Kim Zinszer, Hays, KS Brett & Julie Zollinger, Hays, KS
In-Kind Donations: Adam's Mark Hotel, Kansas City, MO AMC Theaters, Hays, KS Ball State University, Muncie, IN Be Made Inc., Hays, KS Sei Bella, Drummond, OK Raile Blackburn, Superior, NE Tiara Bollig, Hays, KS Botanica Gardens, Wichita, KS Curt & Christie Brungardt, Hays, KS Budke Home Improvement, Hays, KS Pam Burgardt, Hays, KS C.S. Post, Hays, KS Helen Cappuccio, Hays, KS Dana Carter, Gem, KS Aaron & Kimberly Cebula, Hays, KS Alan & Amanda Cebula, Saint George, KS Central Mall, Salina, KS Colby Community College, Colby, KS Colby Glass, Colby, KS Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO Commercial Signs of Hays, Hays, KS Concepts Hair Studio, Hays, KS Cosmosphere, Hutchinson, KS Crawford Supply, Hays, KS Dave & Buster's, Kansas City, KS Deb's Dandy Shop, Colby, KS Amber Delcamp, Hays, KS Denver Aquarium, Denver, CO Diamond R Jewelry, Hays, KS Kaitlyn Dinges, Hays, KS Donelan Jewelry, Colby, KS Downtown Hays Development Corp, Hays, KS Eagle Communications Inc., Hays, KS
GRANTS & MAJOR SPONSORS
Farmers & Merchants Bank, Colby, KS Genesis Women's Shelter & Support, Dallas, TX Gone Logo, Hays, KS Larry & Eva Gould, Hays, KS Great Plains Dermatology, Hays, KS Troy Halligan DDS, Hays, KS Harborview Ctr for Sexual Assault & Traumatic Stress, Seattle, WA Dean & Julie Haselhorst, Hays, KS Hays Recreation Commission, Hays, KS Jerry & Sandy Hill, Colby, KS Hobby Lobby, Salina, KS Alan & Kathy Hoffman, Hoisington, KS House of Parties, Hays, KS JAECI, Las Vegas, NV Johnson Co. Community College, Overland Park, KS Kansas Quick Wash, Colby, KS Matt & Michaela Kaus, Colby, KS KC Royals, Kansas City, MO Kizer Cummings Jewelers, Lawrence, KS Paul & Rona Kramer, Cimarron, KS Rachel Lamm, Colby, KS Freddie & Donna Lamm, Colby, KS Greg & Lanae Lang, Hays, KS Mia Lang, Hays, KS Halle Lang, Hays, KS Leroy's Printing & Publishing, Colby, KS Lifetime Dental, Hays, KS Lilly & Marie, Hays, KS Massage Elite, Colby, KS Mokas, Salina, KS Moonlight Gardens, Colby, KS Nebraska FCCLA District 4, Adams County, NE Stan & Joyce Newell, Hays, KS Nex-Tech Wireless, Hays, KS Jack Nicholson, Ellis, KS North Central KS Guide Service, Clay Center, KS Ceena Owens, Hays, KS Pasta Jay's, Hays, KS Prairie Museum of Art & History, Colby, KS Kenny & Lien Quan, Hays, KS Rick & Vicki Rajewski, Hays, KS Red Lobster, Salina, KS REDZ, Hays, KS Rejuvenations Day & Med Spa, Hays, KS Residence Inn by Marriott, Kansas City, KS Sharon Reynolds, Cimarron, KS Riedel Garden Center, Hays, KS Kari Rinker, Wichita, KS Rolling Hills Zoo, Salina, KS Salon Ten-O-Seven, Hays, KS Sassy Home Designs, Colby, KS Tammi Sauer, Edmond, OK Sharon Schinstock, Hutchinson, KS Schneider Auction Services, Schoenchen, KS Jalyn Shaw, Hays, KS Showcase Jewelers, Hays, KS Shane & Stacey Smith, Hays, KS Smoky Hill Country Club, Hays, KS Soroptimist International of Hays, Hays, KS Southwind Cross/Fit, Hays, KS Sternberg Museum of Art & History, Hays, KS Ethan & Marci Stickel, Selden, KS Symphony in the Flint Hills, Inc., Cottonwood Falls, KS Tanganyika Wildlife Park, Goddard, KS Ashley Templeton, Wilson, KS The Buckle, Hays, KS The Legends, Kansas City, KS The Paisley Pear, Hays, KS The Sunrise House, LLC, Garden City, KS Nichole Thibodean, Hays, KS Thirsty's Brew Pub & Grill, Hays, KS Thomas County Attorney, Colby, KS TigerBurger/Taco Grande, Hays, KS Vision Source, Colby, KS Weaver's, Lawrence, KS Wheatfields Bakery Cafe`, Lawrence, KS Wood 'N' Post Lumber, Syracuse, KS Yard House, Kansas City, KS
PROGRAM FOCUS AREAS Secondary Education We are dedicated to helping schools and youth organizations reduce gender and relationship violence by promoting healthy relationship behaviors to ultimately create a culture of strong respect among adolescents. We utilize prevention programs, including curricular and co-curricular activities, to make teen dating violence less likely to occur. Working directly with middle and high schools, we offer tailor-made, multilevel education and prevention programs to meet the specific needs of each school. In 2018, we continued to grow our footprint throughout Kansas, Colorado and Nebraska. As of this year, in Kansas we have provided prevention programming in 84% of the 105 counties. This year alone, our team provided 279 presentations and workshops. Since 2013, we have impacted 542 schools and 59,534 students in middle and high schools across nine states. Higher Education We believe colleges and universities can and should do more to prevent gender and relationship violence. We work to provide higher education institutions with training opportunities and resources to improve their prevention and response efforts to sexual assault, dating violence and stalking on campus. In 2018, we added another regional Campus Safety Summit, increasing to four total summits. In partnership with the Conference on Crimes Against Women (CCAW), we held our newest summit in Dallas, Texas in April. CCAW draws in over 2,500 attendees who all learned of Janaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Campaign and over 800 people attended our Campus Safety Summit specific sessions in 2018. In April, we also hosted the Midwest Campus Safety Summit at Ball State University sharing our prevention education with nearly 80 people from 10 states and 32 different colleges and organizations. Janaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Campaign hosted the Rocky Mountain Campus Safety Summit at Colorado College in June, reaching over 70 people from eight states and 33 colleges and organizations. Our longest running summit, the 6th Annual Heartland Campus Safety Summit, was hosted at Johnson County Community College in November. We welcomed almost 200 attendees from nine states and 64 different colleges and organizations. We also have the pleasure of working directly with students on college and university campuses. In addition to our prevention education, we provide meaningful and engaging opportunities for students to volunteer and assist in raising awareness of these important issues. Activities include walks or marches, participation in art shows, and putting together information packets to distribute to middle and high school students. States Impacted by our 2018 Summits
Community Education 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 prevention programs that reduce violence. Our efforts also include mobilizing others to volunteer and make a difference in their communities. Jana’s Campaign staff and board members were actively involved in several community events. From speaking to local civic groups like Kiwanis and the Chamber of Commerce, to our advocacy related work at the Kansas Capitol and Women’s March, to art exhibits like the “What Were You Wearing” display and the Hays Arts Council Winter Art Walk; the team kept busy engaging community members from all walks of life to learn more about ending domestic and dating violence, sexual violence and stalking.
Inaugural Gala Hosted in Colby, KS The Thomas County Attorney’s Oﬀice partnered with Jana’s Campaign to host our first fundraising gala in Colby, Kansas. The event focused on bringing awareness to the issues of gender and relationship violence and to raise funds to help support our prevention education eﬀorts. Partnership with the Conference on Crimes Against Women Solidified Jana’s Campaign hosted our newest Campus Safety Summit in conjunction with the Conference on Crimes Against Women in Dallas, Texas in April. One of the largest and most successful conferences bringing together law enforcement, prosecutors, advocates and others to learn more about ending gender and relationship violence, our summit brought more college and university faculty, staﬀ and students to the event. Jana’s Campaign Receives Nebraska Community Partnership Award The Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Teachers of Nebraska awarded Jana’s Campaign the 2018 Partnership Award at their annual Recognition Banquet. This award recognizes individuals or groups who help support FCS Education in Nebraska schools. Empty Place at the Table Gala Shatters Fundraising Goal Hosting over 200 attendees at the annual fundraising gala in Hays, Kansas, Jana’s Campaign raised more than $70,000, doubling the amount raised in 2017. Secondary Education Program Receives National Recognition Rural Health Models and Innovations, a national collection of successful rural health programs and interventions maintained by the Rural Health Information Hub featured our teen gender violence and prevention programming. Local Accounting Firm Conducts Independent Financial Audit Brungardt Hower Ward Elliott & Pfeifer L.C. conducted a full, independent financial audit for Jana’s Campaign. An external financial audit is an intensive examination of the organization’s systems and records to provide the highest level of assurances to donors. The accounting firm issued a favorable report of an unqualified audit indicating all financial statements are presented fairly and without material misstatements. National Oﬀice in Hays, KS Becomes the Sole Oﬀice Location While education eﬀorts continue to grow all across Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado, the board of directors determined the organization would be better poised to grow by consolidating all staﬀ members in the National Oﬀice located in Hays, Kansas. Outside Evaluation of Jana’s Campaign Data Collection Complete Independent evaluators reviewed and assessed the data collected through our prevention education eﬀorts, enabling Jana’s Campaign to further articulate the goals and impact of the organization.
WE BELIEVE........ gender and relationship violence is preventable. Violence is learned; therefore, it can be addressed with eﬀective education. educating teens, young adults, and community members about healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviors can stop the violence before it begins. in the power of the story, and by sharing the story of Jana’s life and the story of her death we can move people to action. by working with thousands of activists around the world, this social disease can be eradicated in a single generation.
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. *Revenue does not reflect a grant received in late 2017 to fund work in 2018.
2019 ANNUAL GIVING PROGRAM Jana’s Campaign is asking our friends to support the #PowerofPrevention through our annual giving drive. We are seeking financial resources to help us continue to build and expand our program activities. By supporting Jana’s Campaign, you ensure that more teens and young adults understand the warning signs of unhealthy relationships and have a better chance at being in relationships free from violence. Jana’s Campaign is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization and all contributions are tax deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Service.
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