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FINANCIAL REPORT 2016 REVENUE

2016 EXPENDITURES TM

22% Donations $71,846 28% In-Kind Services $94,162

In-Kind Goods 3% $10,497 20% Earned Revenue /Service Fees $67,165

27% Grants/Awards $90,779

40% Secondary Ed. $92,767

35% Higher Education $83,343

ANNUAL REPORT

2016

11% Community $26,452 14% Administration $32,975

“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.”

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the IMPACT PROJECT UPDATE

We are excited to announce that we have achieved 70% of our $500,000 capital campaign goal. These funds will be used to increase both the scale and scope of our work and to create even greater impact. The IMPACT Project, Jana’s Campaign’s major fundraising initiative, officially announced at the beginning of 2016, seeks to raise $500,000 over the span of eighteen months. In the first twelve months of fundraising, Jana’s Campaign has raised $347,450 in donations and pledges, with the remaining 30% of the fundraising goal to be met in the coming year. Every dollar raised through The IMPACT Project will go directly to providing effective gender and relationship prevention programming in one of Jana’s Campaign’s program areas. We are making a difference. With your help we can do even more. Please support The IMPACT Project and help us reach our goal!

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KANSAS OFFICE PO Box 647 l Hays, KS 67601 l 785-656-0324 COLORADO OFFICE PO Box 1053 l Manitou Springs, CO 80829 l 719-660-8537 www.janascampaign.org

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

OUR PREVENTION APPROACH

HIGHER EDUCATION

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.

First and foremost, Jana’s Campaign believes that gender and relationship violence is preventable. The ultimate goal of our programs is to stop violence before it starts. Our efforts include primary, secondary and tertiary prevention approaches. Second, we believe that prevention efforts must address all levels of the social-ecological model. This calls for comprehensive behavioral and attitudinal changes at the individual, relationship, community, and social levels. Finally, Jana’s Campaign utilizes evidence-based prevention strategies and practices that illustrate the greatest impact. Our educational programs are designed to raise awareness and reduce risk factors while supporting protective measures, engaging bystanders, promoting healthy and respectful relationships, and encouraging the development of new social norms.

We believe colleges and universities can and should do more to prevent gender and relationship violence. We work to provide higher education institutions with the training and resources they need to improve their prevention and response efforts to sexual violence, partner violence and stalking on campus.

ABOUT JANA 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.

In 2016, our Higher Education programming continued to grow throughout the U.S. This included our specific and tailored work with individual colleges and universities. Most often, this included presentations, workshops and trainings on topics like consent education, bystander intervention trainings, risk reduction, institutional procedures and protocols and the gender specific Man2Man discussions with male dominated student groups.

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In addition to this work, we have expanded our campus safety summit programming. On November 16-17, 2016, Jana’s Campaign hosted the fourth annual Heartland Campus Safety Summit on the campus of Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, KS. Over 200 participants representing ten states and 80 universities and organizations attended the summit. Also in 2016, we launched the inaugural Rocky Mountain Campus Safety Summit in June on the campus of Colorado College in Colorado Springs, CO. Nearly 150 participants, representing 17 states and 56 colleges and universities attended this first regional summit. In April 2017, we will also be launching our third regional summit, The Midwest Campus Safety Summit, on the campus of Ball State University in Muncie, IN. The purpose of these summits is to provide a regional and affordable two-day workshop for college and university administrators, faculty, staff and students that will address important issues about preventing and responding to gender and relationship violence. The summits are designed to host national experts and encourage the sharing of best practices among participants.

Impacted By Our Regional Summits

What started in Curt and Christie’s basement has grown tremendously. Now, with professional staff and offices in Kansas and Colorado, Jana’s Campaign works extensively in middle and high schools, colleges and universities, and communities throughout Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas to provide comprehensive gender and relationship violence prevention education. We are excited and grateful to see that schools and communities understand why the prevention work that we're doing is so important, as well as actively pursuing our services. We are making a difference! I am so proud to lead this organization. As you read through the pages of this report, I hope you'll feel proud as well. Our success and the difference that we are making is made possible by the friends, supporters, donors and partners of Jana’s Campaign. Thank you for all you do for Jana’s Campaign. We look forward to continuing this work together. Warmly,

Kelley Kuhlmann Parker Executive Director

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I remember where I was, what I was doing, even what I was wearing when I learned that my friend Jana Mackey had lost her life to relationship violence. It was and continues to be one of the most impactful events of my life. Since that day in 2008, and since the inception of Jana’s Campaign in 2009, I knew that Jana’s Campaign co-founders Christie and Curt Brungardt would dedicate their lives to making the world a safer place. What I didn’t understand was just how much of an impact this organization would be able to make just a few short years after it began.

IMPACTED

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Kelley Parker, Executive Director

Dr. Curt Brungardt, Co-founder

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 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. These included local community forums, regional and national conferences, foster parent trainings, coordinated community response discussions, and regional educational webinars. Most notably, in 2016 Curt and Christie Brungardt of Jana’s Campaign worked directly with 400 soldiers from the 1st Engineering Battalion of the U.S. Army’s 1st Division at Fort Riley, Kansas.


PROGRAM FOCUS AREAS

PEOPLE

SECONDARY EDUCATION We understand that one of the most effective ways to prevent gender and relationship violence is to help adolescents understand what constitutes healthy vs. unhealthy relationships at the very time that they are beginning to enter into their first relationships. We believe that by empowering young people to engage in healthy and supportive relationships and by creating a culture of strong respect among adolescents, we can ultimately reduce the instances of gender and relationship violence.

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Staff

Heather Lambert, Ph.D., Lincoln, NE (President)

Kelley Parker, MLS

Michelle McCormick, LMSW, Topeka, KS (Vice-President) Christie Brungardt, Ph.D., Hays, KS (Treasurer) Luo Zhai, MS, Jiangsu, China (Secretary)

Executive Director

Christie Brungardt, Ph.D., Volunteer- Director of Secondary Education Program

Curt Brungardt, Ph.D., Dr. Christie Brungardt, Co-founder & Jana’s mother

This past year our secondary school prevention programs experienced tremendous growth. In 2016 alone, we worked directly with middle and high school students from 286 schools. From 2014-2016, our various teen dating violence prevention activities impacted students, teachers, coaches, parents and administrators from the states of Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Missouri, Texas and Oregon. Over this time, 23,500 secondary school students have been directly impacted by our gender and relationship violence prevention programming.

Using our comprehensive model, we offer schools a tailor-made, multi-level prevention program that meets the specific needs of each school.

Board Officers

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Volunteer- Engaging Men and Boys

Board Directors

Sandra Bainter

Jennifer Berry, J.D., San Diego, CA

Office & Financial Manager

Curt Brungardt, Ph.D., Hays, KS

Kaiti Dinges

Stephanie Davis, Ph.D., Lawrence, KS

Program Specialist

Tre’ Giles, Gambia, Africa

Tiffani Clark

Joplin Higgins, LLB GDLP, Singleton, Australia

Program Specialist

Pamela Jacobs, J.D., Fayetteville, NC

Molly Johnson

Elizabeth Landau, J.D., Washington, D.C. Monica Peloso, MA, MS, Colorado Springs, CO Kari Ann Rinker, MPA, Wichita, KS

Administrative Support and Special Projects Coordinator

Jennifer Farrington Program Support and Assessment Coordinator

Mark Russell, CFA, CFP, Houston, TX Dana Watts, J.D., Washington, D.C.

SAFE DATES

Most Utilized Programs

Administrative Associates

We utilize the Safe Dates curriculum, a comprehensive evidence-based teen dating violence prevention program. This is a ten-session dating abuse curriculum designed for 6th through 12th graders and is best used when infused in an existing class.

SCHOOL/COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS AND MINI GRANTS Our service project mini-grants allow students to put knowledge into action as they integrate issues of gender-based violence into a community or a school service project. These $100 mini-grants support projects that help students realize they have the power to make a difference.

This sports season curriculum trains athletic coaches to use their influence to help male student athletes build healthy relationships and prevent gender and relationship violence.

GENDER-SPECIFIC PRESENTATIONS Her Toolkit is a female-specific program option that educates young women about issues such as healthy relationships, body image, self-confidence, and digital respect. Man2Man is a male-specific program that addresses the role men can and should play in reducing gender and relationship violence.

FACULTY/STAFF TRAININGS

COACHING BOYS INTO MEN We provide faculty/staff trainings and in-service workshops on a number of topics. Whether geared toward faculty, staff, administrators, or the entire school districts, our specialized trainings are created to specifically meet the needs of each school and their students.

PRESENTATIONS We create and deliver presentations and assemblies specific to the school’s needs. These presentations include classroom presentations, school-wide assemblies and other organization presentations over various topics relating to gender and relationship violence.

Most importantly, when reviewing the pre/post assessment data from students participating in the Safe Dates curriculum alone, students showed positive movement in all measures provided. All of our prevention services are offered at little or no cost to the schools. This is made possible by the generous donations from our many friends and grants from Verizon Wireless, Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation of Kansas, Kansas Health Foundation and The Heartland Community Foundation.

National FCCLA Award One of our service project mini-grant recipients, Wabaunsee High School (Alma, KS) students Britany Buchanan and Alison Johnson, were awarded the FCCLA National Stop the Violence Award in 2016 (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America). Their project, “Week Without Violence”, included multiple awareness and prevention activities throughout their community as well as a school presentation by the Brungardts of Jana’s Campaign.

Karie Younger, CPA, Accounting Susan Harding, J.D., Legal Counsel Ashley Templeton, Photography Services Alma Hidalgo, MSE, Graphic Design Andy Tincknell, Videography Sicoir Computer Technologies FHSU Printing Services Matt Peters, Webmaster

Kelley Parker

Christie Brungardt

Kaiti Dinges

Tiffani Clark

Curt Brungardt

Molly Johnson

Sandra Bainter

Jennifer Farrington

Program Associates Kelly Simmons, Secondary Education Associate Monique Litherland,°Secondary Education Associate John Montgomery, Coaching Boys Into Men Training Associate

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 & 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 & Chardell 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


2016 DONORS

Ron & Deb Belau, Gibbon, NE

Brian Gribben, Hays, KS

Chad & Amanda Mayfield, Salina, KS

Bob & Gladys Swindler, Ellis, KS

Nex-Tech Wireless, Hays, KS

Bank of Hays, Hays, KS

Ken Griffin & Marcia Bannister, Hays, KS

Ramona McAdam, Wichita, KS

Patricia Teegarden, Overland Park, KS

Oakley Inc, Foothill Ranch, CA

$1,000 and Above:

Elton & Wendy Beougher, Hays, KS

Leslie & Linda Gross, Munjor, KS

Steven & Toni McBride, Ardmore, OK

Brian Thomas, Dallas, TX

Pasta Jay’s, Hays, KS

Bob & Sandra Bainter, Hays, KS

Wanda Billinger, Hays, KS

Douglas & Carol Haberman, Hays, KS

Chad & Sarah McCarty, Hays, KS

John & Mary Thomas, Anthony, KS

REDZ, Hays, KS

Gary & Diane Bolton, Council Grove, KS

Scott Billinger, Hays, KS

Alan Hack III, Lawrence, KS

Michelle McCormick, Topeka, KS

Ernie Thorne, Hays, KS

Refine, Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt, Hays, KS

Tom & Debbie Bohm, Hays, KS

Julisa Haines Photography, Hays, KS

McGrath Publishing Co, Hays, KS

Tri-Central Office Supply Inc, Hays, KS

Rejuvenations Day & Med Spa, Hays, KS

Chapman Family Wealth Trust, Maize, KS

Sue Boldra, Hays, KS

Steve & Dorthy Halley, Topeka, KS

Scott & Lisa McGrath, Hays, KS

Mike & Mari Tucker, Topeka, KS

Schneider Auction Services,

Heartland Community Foundation, Hays, KS

Korby Boswell, Onaga, KS

Michael Heasty & Cheryl Heasty-Troxel, Lawrence, KS

Chava McKeel, Lawrence, KS

Andre Tyler, Kansas City, KS

KU Women In Law (KU Law School), Lawrence, KS

Cory Brinkerhoff, Lawrence, KS

Gerry Heil, Hays, KS

Elizabeth Medina, Roeland Park, KS

UMC Second Chances, Hill City, KS

Showcase Jewelers, Hays, KS

Corbin & Heather Lambert, Lincoln, NE

Katy Britton, Lawrence, KS

Alan Heisterkamp, Cedar Falls, IA

Robert & Agnes Meier, Hays, KS

VFW Men Auxiliary Post 9076, Hays, KS

Cody & Kelly Simmons, Republican City, NE

Kathryn J Mitchell, Hays, KS

Niki Brungardt, Hays, KS

Darrell & Kim Herl, Sheridan, WY

Kory & Mandy Meyers, Hays, KS

Peg Vines, Wichita, KS

Shane & Stacey Smith, Hays, KS

Morgan Stanley Financial, Andover, MA

Drake & Kyla Brungardt, Baldwin City, KS

Kyle Herl & Nichole Bryant, Edmond, OK

Mary Lou Michaelis, Lawrence, KS

Bryan Vroom, Hays, KS

Soroptimist International of Hays, Hays, KS

Pat & Chardell Parke, Hays, KS

Stephanie Brungardt

Stan & Lori Hertel, Hays, KS

Dale & Kathy Montgomery, Hays, KS

Jen Wagner, Hays, KS

Kyle Sramek, LaCrosse, KS

Daryn & Kelley Parker, Manitou Springs, CO

Budke Home Improvement, Hays, KS

Thomas & Francine Hestermann, Hays, KS

Jerry & Robba Moran, Manhattan, KS

Lauren Wagner, Hays, KS

Corey Swertfager, Wichita, KS

Jill Burton, Cottonwood Falls, KS

Larry & Mary Jo Heyka, Council Grove, KS

Charlene Muehlenhard, Lawrence, KS

Sue Wagner, Hoisington, KS

Symphony in the Flint Hills, Inc,

Charlie & Connie Busch, Manhattan, KS

Joplin Higgins, Singleton, NSW, Australia

Anne Munch, Denver, CO

Courtney Waldschmidt, Ellis, KS

Brian & Samantha Butler, Hays, KS

Lee & Kim Hodny, Hays, KS

Darren Murphy

Carolyn Wasinger, Hutchinson, KS

Tanganyika Wildlife Park, Goddard, KS

Kacey Callihan & Danielle Robinson, Hays, KS

Micah & Janet Holden, Allen, KS

Kathryn Nemeth-Tuttle, Lawrence, KS

Marlou Wegener, Topeka, KS

Ashley Templeton, Wilson, KS

Lou Caplan, Hays, KS

Ed Hooper, Wichita, KS

Stan & Joyce Newell, Hays, KS

Anne Welsbacher, Wichita, KS

The Buckle, Overland Park, KS

Randy & Karen Case, Wichita, KS

Horizon Appliance & Electronics, Hays, KS

Nex-Tech Wireless, Hays, KS

Brett Whitaker, Hays, KS

The Buckle, Great Bend, KS

Cedar Lodge Dental, Hays, KS

Scott & Jana Horsfall, Hays, KS

Sean & Marissa O’Malley, Manitou Springs, CO

John & Marty White, Council Grove, KS

The Buckle, Hays, KS

Jennie Chacon, Woodbury, MN

Mike & Sara Humphrey, Hays, KS

Connie Pace-Adair, Wichita, KS

Peter & Sandra Wilcox, Pulaski, WI

The Furniture Look, Hays, KS

$500 - $999:

Ronald & Laura Chartier, Hays, KS

Insurance Planning Inc, Hays, KS

Denise Parker, Dodge City, KS

Sabrina William, Hays, KS

VFW, Hays, KS

Jennifer Berry, San Diego, CA

Stephen & Michelle Chronister, Lawrence, KS

JCPenney-Change for the Better Campaign,

John Patterson & Lori Heasty, Lawrence, KS

Stephen & Susan Wilson, Lawrence, KS

Home Run Enterprises Inc, Lawrence, KS

Jason & Theresa Clark, Hays, KS

John & Pam Peck, Mission, KS

Hsin-Yen Yang, Hays, KS

Josh & Sarah Fleenor, Hays, KS

Classic Quality Body Shop, Hays, KS

Pamela Jacobs, Fayetteville, NC

Louise Pennewell, Lawrence, KS

Jeff & Karie Younger, Hays, KS

Cherry Creek High School, Greenwood Village, CO

Amy Cohen, Lawrence, KS

Logan & Nikki Jansonius, Hays, KS

Gwen Perkins, Lawrence, KS

Brett & Julie Zollinger, Hays, KS

Hays Storage Systems, Hays, KS

Coldwell Banker Executive Realty, Hays, KS

Sherrilynn Jeffery, Burr Oak, KS

Tom & Carol Pitner, Hays, KS

Truman & Doris Collins, Ellis, KS

Jim & Ann Jesse, Lawrence, KS

Debra Prideaux, Hays, KS

In-Kind Donations:

Lindsay Cooper, Hays, KS

Jeter Law Firm LLP, Hays, KS

Jennifer Rack, Hays, KS

Black Hills Energy, Wichita, KS

COIP-Children of Incarcerated Parents, Kansas City, MO

Whitney Jeter, Hays, KS

Josh & Dawn Rajewski, Lenexa, KS

Body & Soul Day Spa & Beauty Lounge,

Covenant Builders Inc, Hays, KS

Molly Johnson, Hays, KS

Jon & Sharlene Ramsey, Salina, KS

Cycle Works, Lawrence, KS

Lanny & Melisha Jones, Hays, KS

Cole & Regan Reif, Great Bend, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt, Hays, KS

Kathleen Davis, Lawrence, KS

Benjamin Jones, Lawrence, KS

Isaac & Ashlea Riffel, Olathe, KS

C.S. Post, Hays, KS

Dennis & Ellen Delay, Council Grove, KS

Jana Jordan, Hays, KS

Harlanne Roberts, Lawrence, KS

Chartwell’s Dining Service, Hays, KS

Andrew Dierks & Erin Curtis-Dierks, Lawrence, KS

Steven & Kathryn Kappes-Sum, Shawnee, KS

Shurice Robinson, Shawnee, KS

Kyle & Kristina Claar, Franktown, CO

Nancy Dietze, Lawrence , KS

Norman & Sandy Keller, Hays, KS

Wendy Rohleder-Sook, Hays, KS

Clearview Band, Herington, KS

Shawn Dinges, Wichita, KS

Rick & Paula Keltner, Hays, KS

John & Valerie Roper, Lawrence, KS

Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO

Malula Dolls, Lawrence, KS

Jason & Shannon Kimball, Lawrence, KS

Jean Rosenthal, Kansas City, MO

Commercial Signs of Hays, Hays, KS

Emily Donaldson, Lawrence, KS

Mavis Kingsley, Hays, KS

Trent & Heather Roth, Hays, KS

Cat Coquillette, Kansas City, MO

Joseph Douglas, Lawrence, KS

Jason & Bridget Kippes, Victoria, KS

Andrew & Kathy Rupp, Hays, KS

Paul & Stephanie Davis, Lawrence, KS

Josh Dreher, Hays, KS

Ivan & LeAnn Koblitz, Hazelton, KS

John Rury, Lawrence, KS

Downtown Hays Development Corp, Hays, KS

Maureen Duffy, Hays, KS

Callie Kolacny, Hays, KS

Daniel & Nicole Sabatini, Lawrence, KS

Eagle Communications Inc, Hays, KS

Dale & Carmela Van Tuyl, Leavenworth, KS

Jake & Danielle Durham, Wichita, KS

Paul & Rona Kramer, Cimarron, KS

Eric Sader, Lawrence, KS

Chandra Essex, Hastings, NE

Tom & Barbara Wasinger, Hays, KS

Jim & Sherrie Eaton, Anthony, KS

Graham Kreicker, Lawrence, KS

Gordon & Christine Schmidt, Inman, KS

Jennifer Farrington, Hays, KS

Dana Watts, Washington, D.C.

Cindy Elliott, Hays, KS

Linda Kreutzer, Derby, KS

Tom & Debra Schumacher, Hays, KS

Larry & Eva Gould, Hays, KS

Emprise Bank, Hays, KS

Jack & Brenda Kuhlmann, New Port Richey, FL

Kelly Shand-Adams, Hutchinson, KS

Great Plains Dermatology, Hays, KS

Greg Farley & Andree Brisson, Hays, KS

Norbert Kuhn, Hays, KS

Carol Shepherd, Hays, KS

Hays Recreation Commission, Hays, KS

Jennifer Farrington, Hays, KS

Elizabeth Landau, Silver Spring, MD

James Sherman & Jan Sheldon, Lawrence, KS

Horizon Appliance & Electronics, Hays, KS

Joel & Annette Fish, Overland Park, KS

Lane County Country Bluegrass Festival, Dighton, KS

Cody & Kelly Simmons, Republican City, NE

JAECI, Las Vegas, NV

Harold & Theresa Flaigle, Wichita, KS

Lloyd & Iris Lang, Victoria, KS

Pat & Nancy Slabaugh, Lawrence, KS

Jalisco Mexican Restaurant, Hays, KS

Chelle Fleming, Culver, KS

William Lawrence IV, Lawrence, KS

Patricia Sloop, Wichita, KS

Molly Johnson, Hays, KS

Marci Francisco, Lawrence, KS

Charlie & Noel Leach, Ellis, KS

Alexeah Smith, Overland Park, KS

Johnson Co Community College,

Franklin Public Schools, Franklin, NE

Lyn & Janis Lee, Hays, KS

Dave & Rae Smith, Hays, KS

Fredonia High School, Fredonia, KS

Randy & Sherry Leiker, Victoria, KS

Shane & Stacey Smith, Hays, KS

KC Royals, Kansas City, MO

Shari Gale, Agra, KS

Joseph & Jenny Leiker, Hays, KS

Trevor Smith, Eudora, KS

Paul & Rona Kramer, Cimarron, KS

Dan & Linden Gentry, Andover, KS

Paul & Diane Lewis, Newton, KS

Soroptimist International of Hays, Hays, KS

Lanae Lang, Hays, KS

Greg Ash & Amy Buchele-Ash, Lawrence, KS

Derek & Randi Gerstner, Hays, KS

Kayla Lonnon, Hays, KS

SouthLaw, P.C., Overland Park, KS

Mia Lang, Hays, KS

Patricia Baconrind, Hays, KS

James Gerstner, Washington, D.C.

Todd & Sarah Mackey, Hays, KS

Sterling High School, Sterling, KS

Albert & Barbara Ballard, Lawrence, KS

David Goering, Lawrence, KS

Travis Mackey & Erica Washburn, Hays, KS

Marty & Mary Straub, Hays, KS

Mark & Melanie Bannister, Hays, KS

Wayne & Jackie Gottschalk, Schoenchen, KS

Jeanne Mann, Lawrence, KS

Sharon Sullivan, Berryton, KS

Gail Bass, Lawrence, KS

Larry & Eva Gould, Hays, KS

Eric & Danielle Markley, Hays, KS

Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Hays, KS

Cindy Bauer, Hays, KS

Gary & Marcey Gregory, Goddard, KS

Tisa Mason, Valley City, ND

Mary Sward, Cincinnati, OH

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Marcella Patterson, Anthony, KS Rejuvenations Day and Med Spa, Hays, KS Mark & Sylvia Russell, Houston, TX Lisa Scheve, Hays, KS

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Don & Sharon Schinstock, Hutchinson, KS Ellen Sward, Lawrence, KS Don & Jill Tillman, Hays, KS

Topeka Community Foundation, Topeka, KS

Mark & Kristi Holthaus, Lenexa, KS

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Andy & Joyce Hutter, Council Grove, KS Sherri Kendall, Missouri City, TX KU Health, Sports & Exercise Science Dept, Lawrence, KS

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KU Toss For A Cause Fundraiser, Lawrence, KS Greg & Lanae Lang, Hays, KS Kenton & Carol Olliff, Hays, KS

Panhellenic Association, Lawrence, KS Merchtable/Blue Collar Industries Inc, Lawrence, KS

Verlin & Elaine Pfannenstiel, Victoria, KS Pro Athlete Inc, Kansas City, MO Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Mountain View, CA Cathy Spicer, Anthony, KS

Wichita NOW, Wichita, KS

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Randon & Audrey Woodard, Colorado Springs, CO

$499 and Under: A & A Coors Inc, Hays, KS Carol Abrahamson, Lawrence, KS

Jim Adams & Debbie Mercer, Manhattan, KS Brendon & Peony Allen, Lawrence, KS Karl Altman & Sarah Haavik, Lawrence, KS Susan Amrein, Hays, KS APAC, Hays, KS Mike & Jill Arensdorf, Hays, KS

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Andover, MA

2010

2011

Schoenchen, KS

Cottonwood Falls, KS

GRANTS & MAJOR SPONSORS

Hays, KS

Overland Park, KS

2012

James & Taryn Leiker, Hays, KS Lifetime Dental, Hays, KS Michelle McCormick, Topeka, KS Stan & Joyce Newell, Hays, KS Nex-Tech, Hays, KS

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