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This assessment data and impact report is

a collection of Jana’s Campaign program activities for the 2013 and 2014 calendar years. Both a summary of quantitative and qualitative data is provided to illustrate the impact of our programming efforts. The purpose of this report is to provide our supporters, donors, partners and friends with an accountable record of our program results. Information is divided into our five program divisions: public awareness and community action; education, prevention and intervention; our campus action initiative; public policy advocacy; and engaging men and boys to stop gender violence. To learn more about Jana’s Campaign and/or to provide us with valuable feedback on this report, please visit our website at www.janascampaign.org.

2013-2014 Assessment Data and

IMPACT REPORT


Public Awareness and Community Action

2013-2014

Jana’s Campaign believes in the power of speaking-out about the issues of gender violence. Too often this form of violence is a “crime of silence” in our society. We are committed to bringing awareness to the seriousness of relationship violence and encouraging a larger conversation. Jana’s Campaign further believes that community volunteers can and should be mobilized in various ways to reduce the violence. Community and Conference Presentations Community Presentations

Dates

Location

Presenter

Participants

Kansas Victim’s Rights Conference

April 5, 2013

Wichita, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

450

Non-Violence Conference

April 6, 2013

Manhattan, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

50

Crime Victim’s Candlelight Vigil

April 18,2013

Hutchinson, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

65

Women’s Empowerment and Development Conference

July 15-19, 2013

Uganda

Eric Sader

45

Hays Hair Academy of Design Gala

September 7, 2013

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

300

Trinity Lutheran Church

September 8, 2013

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt and Eric Sader

150

Kansas Association Court Management

September 26,2013

Hutchinson, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

200

Empty Place At The Table Gala

September 28, 2013

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt, Eric Sader and Kelley Parker

110

Healing Communities Conference -UNI

October 9, 2013

Cedar Valley, IA

Curt Brungardt

100

Chamber Of Commerce Event

October 18, 2013

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt, Eric Sader and Nicole Walz

35

Relationship Violence-Intervention Summit

October 28, 2013

Springfield, MO

Curt & Christie Brungardt

70

BIPP Conference; Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse

October 29, 2013

Houston, TX

Curt Brungardt

90

Kiwanis Club

November 20, 2013

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

19

“In the Name of Love” - University of Kansas

February 7, 2014

Lawrence, KS

Curt Brungardt

30

“In The Name Of Love” Art Display at Hays Art Council

February 8, 2014

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

150

Rotary Club of Hays

February 11, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

20

Interview with Eagle Communications

February 25, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

Central KS Audience

Diane Nash - Fort Hays State University

March 27, 2014

Hays, KS

Nicole Walz and Curt Brungardt

200

Eagle TV/Radio Interview

April 4, 2014

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

Central KS Audience

Good Morning Heartland Interview

April 16, 2014

Kirksville, MO

Curt Brungardt

Missouri, Iowa, and Illinois

1st Annual Spring Fling

May 3, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

75

USD 489 Learning Center Community Forum

August 26, 2014

Hays, KS

Sandra Bainter and Cari Kelly

15

After hours Chamber of Commerce Event

September 25, 2014

Hays, KS

Entire Staff

30

Domestic Violence Awareness Conference-JCCC

October 2, 2014

Overland Park, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

70

Radio Program Interview

October 8, 2014

Alexandria, MN

Curt Brungardt

Central Minnesota

United Communities Advocating for Non-Violence

October 15, 2014

Alexandria, MN

Curt Brungardt

220

Empty Place At The Table Gala

November 1, 2014

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

150

Thank you for your commitment to strengthen and educate so many communities. Your work is touching the lives of many!! --Lanae Lang

Thank you for making a difference in the lives of many. --Jackie Gottschalk

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Christie, I believe you and Curt Brungardt are making very positive strides and probably more progress than you see. Sometimes the impact you make may not be as visually evident as you would prefer, but it is nevertheless present. Your efforts are certainly not in vain. Be proud of your work. On behalf of a young father of a beautiful daughter, please keep up the good work! --Mitchell Hall

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Public Awareness and Community Action

2013-2014

Chinese Spanish German Polish Swedish Korean “Jana’s Story” is a powerful video about the dramatic impact of domestic violence. Most important, however, this short video is about hope, inspiration, and encouragement for others to take action. With the help of valuable volunteers and the College of Education at Kansas State University, we have translated this video into six other languages with the hope that we can reach non-English speaking audiences in the United States and around the world.

I just got out of a domestic violence relationship. It was 4 years of a nightmare and it was mostly verbal but he got physical twice....this video really helped open my eyes and let me know I made the right decision. Thank you!!! And RIP JANA --Carolyn

Jana’s Campaign activities have reached 17 states and several foreign countries

In 2014, Jana’s Campaign proudly sponsored the “In the Name of Love” international art exhibit which provided awareness on the issues of gender-based violence. The African art work was provided by a Namibian organization called Victims2Survivors. The pieces were originally displayed in the National Art Gallery of Namibia and most recently the exhibit has been in Geneva, Switzerland. The art was displayed in the Hays Art Center in Hays, KS from February 8th to April 16th. A small exhibit was also on the campus of the University of Kansas.

Jana’s Campaign, in partnership with the University of Kansas’ Community Tool Box, provided interested volunteers with the support and direction they need to be active change agents in their communities. The purpose of the Community Tool Box is to help people build capacity that will lead to positive change and community improvement.

Arkansas California Colorado Florida Georgia Iowa Kansas Maryland Minnesota Missouri Nebraska New Hampshire New Mexico Oklahoma Oregon Rhode Island Texas

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Hambeleleni ‘Hem’ Matsi, founder of Victims 2 Survivors

Kelley Parker, Senior Program Specialist

Dr. Curt Brungardt, Board President

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Education, Prevention, & Intervention

2013-2014

Jana’s Campaign believes that major educational and prevention efforts at all levels are needed to end the cycle of gender and relationship violence. Jana’s Campaign also believes that effective offender intervention programs can help reduce the cycle and escalation of domestic violence. It was amazing to me to see how many kids benefit from this curriculum. Many of my students didn’t even know they were in an abusive relationship. Throughout the curriculum, my students are becoming more able to identify red flags and see that abusive behavior starts with little things and becomes more and more severe. --FACS teacher, Taylor Holland, Campus High School

Our Love Doesn’t Hurt: Teen Gender Violence Prevention program focuses on preventing violence before it starts. We utilize nationally recognized and evidence-based programs that help teens understand the difference between caring, supportive relationships and those that are controlling, manipulative or abusive. Over the last two years, Jana’s Campaign has had the privilege of working with students from 71 middle and high schools throughout the state of Kansas with our Love Doesn’t Hurt program. In addition to providing curriculum, training and support, Jana’s Campaign has made numerous school assembly presentations on the subject of dating and gender violence. The initial pre-and post-test SafeDates data we have received shows that students’ knowledge increases drastically following the implementation of the curriculum. We will continue to compile data as we receive further information from participating schools. We have also received overwhelmingly positive feedback from teachers and students participating in co-curricular school and community service projects as well.

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Thank You Jana’s Campaign for ALL that you do to spread the message of hope!! --Tracy Daugherty

I was in an abusive relationship when a friend suggested I look at Jana’s Campaign website. After I did, I had the courage to get out of that dangerous relationship. Today, I am proud to be involved in a service project to reduce teen violence at my school. --Newton High School Student

2013-2014 Kansas Middle and High Schools Blue Valley High School

Hoisington High School

Peabody-Burns High School

Brewster High School

Hoxie High School

Phillipsburg High School

Buhler High School

Hutchinson High School

Plainville High School

Burrton High School

Lincoln High School

SE of Saline High School

Campus High School

Logan High School

Smith Center High School

Canton-Galva High School

Lyons County High School

Smoky Valley High School

Central Plains High School

Macksville High School

Solomon High School

Dighton Jr/Sr. High School

Marion High School

South Barber K-12

Downs High School

Marysville High School

Sterling High School

Elkhart High School

McPherson High School

Stockton High School

Ellis High School

Moundridge High School

Sublette High School

Ellis Junior High School

Neodesha High School

Thomas More Prep-Marian

Ell-Saline High School

Neodesha Middle School

Thunder Ridge Middle School

Frankfort High School

Ness City High School

Thunder Ridge Sr. High School

Fredonia High School

Newton High School

Trego County High School

Garden City High School

Northeast High School

Trego County Middle School

Goessel High School

Northern Valley High School

Victoria High School

Goodland Grant Jr. High School

Norton High School

Wabaunsee High School

Goodland High School

Norton Middle School

Trego Community High School

Hays High School

Oakley High School

Trego Community Jr. High School

Hays Middle School

Osborne High School

West Franklin High School

Hill City High School

Ottawa Middle School

Wheatland High School

Hillsboro High School

Ottawa Sr. High School

Yates Center High School

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Education, Prevention, & Intervention

2013-2014

I am honestly so glad that you guys came to talk about domestic abuse in my classroom. I feel that it is something that is ignored, pushed to the side, or played off as not a big deal. I grew up fearing for my mother’s life after she divorced my father after the police stopped helping her because ‘it was pointless” even though there were threats of killing her and she had evidence of these threats. You can’t really open up to anyone about this either because they don’t understand or they put you down for staying in the abusive relationship so they feel as if the women deserve it for staying with him. I feel like this is an extremely important issue that everyone needs to be aware of. Everyone needs to know the signs. --High School Student

School and Educational Programming School Assembly Presentations

Dates

Location

Presenter

Participants

Hays Middle School

February 4, 2013

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

240

“Walk A Mile In Her Shoes” Thomas-More Prep High School

March 13, 2014

Hays, KS

Curt Brungardt and Nicole Walz

127

Norton Middle/High School Assembly

September 22, 2014

Norton, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

215

Wheatland High School

November 19, 2014

Wheatland, KS

Christie Brungardt

70

Trego Community High School

November 20, 2014

Wakeeney, KS

Christie Brungardt

170

Yates Center High School

December 1, 2014

Yates Center, KS

Christie Brungardt

Classroom Workshop/Presentations

Dates

Location

161 Presenter

Participants

Hays High Student Club

November 11, 2013

Hays, KS

Eric Sader

25

Trinity Lutheran/ First Presbyterian Youth Group

November 24, 2013

Hays, KS

Eric Sader

15

Health Class - Hays High School

March 4, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt and Nicole Walz

25

Health Class - Hays High School

March 4, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt and Nicole Walz

21

Health Class - Hays High School

March 11, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt and Nicole Walz

21

Health Class - Hays High School

March 11, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt and Nicole Walz

26

TMP-Marian High School Residence Program

September 11, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt and Cari Kelly

28

Health Class - Hays High School

November 11, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

50

Health Class - Hays High School

November 18, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

70

Wheatland High School

November 19, 2014

Wheatland, KS

Christie Brungardt

Multiple Schools Educational Conferences (KAYS and FCCLA)

Dates

Location

70 Presenter

Participants

Stockton/Plainville High School Conference

November 25, 2013

Plainville, KS

Eric Sader

250

Safe Dates Teen Dating Violence Conference

February 11, 2014

Phillipsburg, KS

Nicole Walz and Sadie Lungren

250

State FCCLA “Take Aim” Conference (Advisors)

August 24, 2014

Hutchinson, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt and Cari Kelly

110

FCCLA Leadership Conference

October 22, 2014

Oakley, KS

Christie Brungardt

50

FCCLA Leadership Conference

October 28, 2014

Salina, KS

Curt Brungardt

Educational Events

Dates

Location

100 Presenter

Participants

Hays Hair Academy Classes

October 11, 2013

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

60

Northwest KS DV Summit

October 15, 2013

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

100

Relationship Violence-Intervention Summit

October 28, 2013

Springfield, MO

Curt & Christie Brungardt

100

Hays Hair Academy Classes

January 17, 2014

Salina, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

45

Workplace and Domestic Violence- WKHRMA

August 19, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt & Danielle Dougherty

28

Northwest Kansas DV Summit

October 14, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

75

Workplace Violence Workshop - Fort Hays State University

October 28, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

37

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Education, Prevention, & Intervention

2013-2014

Thank you for coming to my Adv. Health & Wellness class to talk to us about Jana’s Campaign. Every year in high school I have heard this presentation about the program. I enjoy hearing about it each time, and I think it is an important topic that needs to be repeated multiple times before it really sinks in. I have friends who have went though some type of dating violence, whether it was physical, emotional, verbal, or sexual. Even I have been through some of this, and hearing all the signs of dating violence really made me think wow, he/she did that and that and that…I’m glad I got out of the relationship before things got worse. I believe that what you are doing is important and needs to be heard by everyone. People need to be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of abusive relationships. The more people who are made aware means that a difference can be made. --High School Student

Hoisington, Kansas FCCLA members spoke to 8th and 9th graders at their school about teen dating violence.

Christie Brungardt’s presentation on domestic violence was POWERFUL and touched my son. He talked and talked – and we Dr. Christie Brungardt, Jana’s mom, speaking at Trego County Community High School talked as a family – he shared EVERYTHING about what she had to say. GREAT IDEA for a speaker!! --Parent of a High School Student I thought the presentation had a great message and was well-received by our students. This was the most attentive they have been for an assembly in a long time. --Rudy Perez, Norton High School

Jana’s Campaign believes that quality batterers intervention programs (BIP) are an effective strategy of reducing repeat domestic violence offenses. Our program activities support the expansion and improvement of such intervention programs. Board members Curt and Christie Brungardt serve as co-chairs of the Kansas Attorney General Batterers Intervention Program Advisory Board. Here, the Brungardts’ support a certification process to improve and expand BIP programs throughout the state. In addition to this work, board president Curt Brungardt presents and co-facilitates BIP group sessions in the states of Kansas, Missouri and Texas. Sharing Jana’s story, he calls on the men to challenge and confront their personal views on gender inequality, sexism and violence. In partnership with the Women’s Leadership Project and the Office of the Kansas Attorney General, Jana’s Campaign also helped produce the Kansas Domestic Battery Offender Intervention Program Survey, and in 2014 we helped sponsor the Kansas BIP Summit.

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Campus Action Initiative

2013-2014

Jana’s Campaign believes that colleges and universities should be mobilized to reduce gender violence. This includes (A) encouraging higher education to improve their response to dating and sexual violence on campus. Secondly, (B) encourage higher education to play a more active role in using their resources and assets to reduce gender violence in the communities and states in which they reside. College Presentations Activity/Presentation Meeting with Georgia Tech Staff

Date January 25, 2013

Location Atlanta, GA

Presenter Curt Brungardt

Participants 3

Leadership Studies Class at KSU

February 20, 2013

Manhattan, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

25

College of Education Class at KSU

February 20, 2013

Manhattan, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

30

Colby Community College

April 2, 2013

Colby, KS

Curt Brungardt

80

Hutchinson Community College

April 19, 2013

Hutchinson, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

100

PanHellenic Council- University of Kansas

April 22, 2013

Lawrence, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

120

School of Law- University of Kansas

April 23, 2013

Lawrence, KS

Curt Brungardt

75

Neosho County Community College

September 16, 2013

Chanute, KS

Curt Brungardt

300

HCSS @ University of Missouri-Kansas City

November 8, 2013

Kansas City, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

155

AAUW- Bethel College

November 12, 2013

Newton, KS

Curt Brungardt

15

Sexual and Dating Violence, Stalking and Bystander Intervention

February 13, 2014

Kansas City, KS

Curt Brungardt

160

Sexual and Dating Violence, Stalking and Bystander Intervention

February 13, 2014

Kansas City, KS

Curt Brungardt

25

Sexual and Dating Violence, Stalking and Bystander Intervention

February 13, 2014

Kansas City, KS

Curt Brungardt

60

“Masculinity” Conference

February 28, 2014

Kearney, NE

Curt Brungardt

75

Women’s KU Law Society

March 7, 2014

Lawrence, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

125

Dartmouth Sexual Assault Summit

July 15, 2014

Hanover, NH

Curt & Christie Brungardt

300

National Action Committee Working Group-Dartmouth Summit

July 16-17, 2014

Hanover, NH

Curt & Christie Brungardt

75

Garden City Community College Faculty In-Service

August 13, 2014

Garden City, KS

Curt Brungardt and Danielle Dougherty

175

Washburn University Gender Studies Luncheon

September 11, 2014

Topeka, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

27

Missouri Western State University

October 2, 2014

St. Joseph, MO

Curt & Christie Brungardt

50

Bethany College

October 13, 2014

Lindsborg, KS

Danielle Dougherty

60

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

October 13, 2014

Lincoln, NE

Curt Brungardt

45

Baker University- Red Flag Campaign

October 22, 2014

Baldwin City, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

35

I have seen Curt Brungardt speak three times now and have never been disappointed! With each presentation, each moving story, I become increasingly passionate about women’s rights and motivated to stop domestic and dating violence. --Marissa Fye, University of Nebraska-Kearney Student

The Brungardts know how to engage a college audience. I was expecting just another speaker, and I got so much more. --Alexa Roy, University of Kansas Student

Jana’s story was an eye opening experience for me. This made me more aware of harmful dating relationships. --Emily Torson, Colby Community College Student.

The Brungardts’ presentation was not only a reminder to Doane College that dating violence can happen to anyone, it encouraged many students to speak out against dating violence. Their presentation had a lasting effect on students, encouraging them to be proactive towards the issue of domestic violence. --Sarah Taylor, Doane College Student

In honor and memory of Jana Lynne Mackey, the University of Kansas has established the “Jana Mackey Distinguished Lecture Series.” Jana dedicated her short life to pursuing social justice and true equality for all. In an effort to continue her important work, this lecture series was established to raise awareness about issues close to Jana’s heart, namely breaking down barriers and fostering opportunities to secure women’s rights leaders and experts with the dual purpose of enhancing understanding and calling for involvement and service, while providing a platform for discussion and dialogue. The 2014 speakers were Dr. Urmi Basu, from India, and Melissa Harris-Perry. Jana’s Campaign is part of the planning team and financially supports the speaker series.

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Campus Action Initiative

2013-2014 FHSU Campus Safe Initiative and Other FHSU Programming Activities

Project PanHellenic Council at FHSU

Jana’s Campaign board and staff members have been very actve on the Fort Hays State University’s (FHSU) Campus Safe Initiative working group. The goal of this committee includes preventing abusive behaviors by promoting healthy relationships, ensure FHSU is prepared to respond to incidents and reports of violence, and ultimately change campus culture to one where respect and non-violent standards are the norm. In 2013, a larger task force consisting of both campus and community partners was created in order to bring all stakeholders to the table. These individuals include representatives from every facet of the university as well as community members from the Hays police, Hays Medical Center, NCK Tech and the local domestic violence service center, Options. Last year, two Office of Civil Rights attorneys provided education to this group on compliance issues. An audit of prevention and education programming also took place across campus. This initiative has also received multiple grants in order to better prevent and respond to gender-based violence on campus.

Date February 25, 2013

Location Hays, KS

Presenter Curt Brungardt

Participants 40

Self Defense Workshop

March 9, 2013

Hays, KS

WLP and Christie Brungardt

60

Freshman Orientation

August 17, 2013

Hays, KS

Eric Sader

800

FHSU Social Work Club

September 17, 2013

Hays, KS

Eric Sader

25

FHSU’s Public Relations Class

October 23, 2013

Hays, KS

Eric Sader

10

Red Flag Campaign

October 2013

Hays, KS

WLP Staff

Potential of 4000

Circle of 6 Campaign

August-October 2013

Hays, KS

WLP and JC Staff

Potential of 1000-2000

Residential Life Training

January 15, 2014

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

85

Healthy Relationships-Residential Life

February 23, 2014

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

18

Gender Equality-Residential Life

March 13, 2014

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

50

AAUW-Diane Nash

March 27, 2014

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt and Nicole Walz

61

Rob Scott Mentoring and Leadership Class

April 9, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

30

Sara Stroup’s Class

April 10, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

30

FHSU Sociology Class

August 21, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

29

Freshman Orientation Classes

October 1-2, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt, Holly Weiss, & Sadie Lungren

966

Red Flag Campaign Times Talk

October 8, 2014

Hays, KS

Holly Weiss and Sadie Lungren

30

FHSU Communications Class

October 13, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

16

FHSU Human Growth & Development Class

October 21, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

30

FHSU Teacher Education Learning Community

October 21, 2014

Hays, KS

Curt & Christie Brungardt

6

FHSU Wiest Hall

October 23, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

12

FHSU Justice Studies Class

November 3, 2014

Hays, KS

Christie Brungardt

21

Spoke at AAUW Meeting

December 4, 2014

Hays, KS

Curt Brungardt

17

Created by Jana’s Campaign, the Heartland Campus Safety Summit is a one-day workshop for college and university administrators, faculty, staff and students for the purpose of providing practical guidance and knowledge about preventing ad responding to gender-based violence. The summit is designed for key campus personnel from the states of Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa. Those invited include: Title IX coordinators, legal representatives, public safety officers, residential life and student affairs personnel, athletic directors, women’s center staff, student leaders, health and counseling professionals and other campus and community representatives interested in campus safety. In 2013, the inaugural Heartland Campus Safety Summit was held at the University of Missouri at Kansas City (UMKC). The conference hosted 154 attendees from 42 institutions, spanning five states. The 2014 Summit was held at Johnson County Community College (JCCC) and included attendees from six states. Eighty-one institutions of higher education were represented, whose combined enrollment exceeds 480,000 students. The 2013 and 2014 Summits resulted in participation from nearly 500 administrators, faculty and students from more than 125 colleges and universities. Most participating schools came from Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, Oklahoma, Minnesota, and Arkansas.

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Campus Action Initiative

2014 Heartland Campus Safety Summit

2013 Heartland Campus Safety Summit State

2013-2014

School

State

School

State

School

Iowa

Des Moines

Arkansas

Arkansas Baptist College

Kansas

Neosho County Community College

Iowa

Grinnell College

Arkansas

Arkansas Tech University

Kansas

Northwest Kansas Technical College

Iowa

Iowa Valley

Arkansas

Northwest Arkansas Community College

Kansas

Ottawa University

Iowa

University of Northern Iowa

Iowa

Drake University

Kansas

Pittsburg State University

Kansas

Baker University

Iowa

East Central College

Kansas

Salina Area Technical College

Kansas

Benedictine College

Iowa

Ellsworth Community College

Kansas

Southwestern College

Kansas

Butler Community College

Iowa

Grinnell College

Kansas

Sterling College

Kansas

Fort Hays State University

Iowa

Highland Community College

Kansas

University of Kansas

Kansas

Garden City Community College

Iowa

Iowa State University

Kansas

University of Saint Mary

Kansas

Johnson County Community College

Iowa

Kirkwood Community College

Kansas

Washburn University

Kansas

Kansas State University

Iowa

Labette Community College

Kansas

Wichita State University

Kansas

McPherson College

Iowa

Marshalltown Community College

Missouri

Evangel University

Kansas

Neosho County Community College

Iowa

Southwestern Community College

Missouri

Harris-Stowe State University

Kansas

Ottawa University

Iowa

University of Northern Iowa

Missouri

Missouri Baptist University

Kansas

Pittsburg State University

Iowa

Wartburg College

Missouri

Missouri State University

Kansas

University of Saint Mary

Kansas

Allen Community College

Missouri

Missouri University of Science and Technology

Kansas

Southwestern College

Kansas

Benedictine College

Missouri

Missouri Western State University

Kansas

Tabor College

Kansas

Bethany College

Missouri

Ozarks Technical Community College

Kansas

Wichita State University

Kansas

Bethel College

Missouri

Truman State University

Missouri

Evangel University

Kansas

Butler Community College

Missouri

University of Central Missouri

Missouri

Harris-Stowe State University

Kansas

Cloud County Community College

Missouri

University of Missouri

Missouri

Linn State Technical College

Kansas

Colby Community College

Nebraska

University of Nebraska

Missouri

Maryville University

Kansas

Dodge City Community College

Nebraska

Central Community College (all campuses)

Missouri

Missouri Southern State University

Kansas

Drake University

Nebraska

Concordia University

Missouri

Missouri State University

Kansas

Evangel University

Nebraska

Doane College

Missouri

Missouri University of Science and Technology

Kansas

Fort Hays State University

Nebraska

Hastings College

Missouri

Northwest Missouri State University

Kansas

Fort Scott Community College

Nebraska

Mid-Plains Community College

Missouri

Ozarks Technical Community College

Kansas

Garden City Community College

Nebraska

Nebraska Wesleyan University

Missouri

Rockhurst University

Kansas

Hays High School

Nebraska

Peru State College

Missouri

Saint Louis University

Kansas

Hutchinson Community College

Nebraska

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Missouri

Truman State University

Kansas

Johnson County Community College

Nebraska

Metropolitan Community College

Missouri

University of Central Missouri

Kansas

Kansas City Kansas Community College

Oklahoma

Oklahoma Christian University

Missouri

University of Missouri

Kansas

Kansas State University

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City Community College

Missouri

University of Missouri- Kansas City

Missouri

University of Missour- St. Louis

Missouri

Westminster College

Missouri

William Woods University

Nebraska

Doane College

Nebraska

Peru State College

Nebraska

University of Nebraska- Lincoln

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After returning to campus we started a Campus SaVE committee to start working on primary prevention training, putting in place bystander intervention training, social norming campaign, and working on marketing our Title IX information better. --Cady Holmes, Missouri University of Science and Technology

As a result of this conference, we have totally reviewed and updated our policies and procedures as they relate to sexual violence. --Kerrie Coomes, Neosho County Community College

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Public Policy Advocacy

2013-2014

Jana’s Campaign believes that traditional government and other non-profit agencies should improve and expand their efforts to reduce gender and relationship violence. Government actions and the work of related non-government organizations have a profound effect on how men and women experience freedom from violence. Jana’s Campaign board president, Dr. Curt Brungardt, currently serves on the Kansas Governor’s Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board (FRB). Working with other advocates and criminal justice experts, Dr. Brungardt reviews domestic violence homicides, looking for system-wide corrections and improvement that will lead to fewer fatalities in the state. Jana’s Campaign staff and supporters work to implement important policy changes recommended by the review board. Dr. Brungardt was appointed to the FRB by Kansas Governor Sam Brownback.

Jana’s Campaign is proud to announce that in 2014 we were officially granted Special Consultative Status to the United Nations Economics and Social Council (ECOSOC). With this special consultative status, our organization can attend and participate at ECOSOC events, make formal written submissions and recommendations to various United Nations groups, as well as network and interact with other non-profit organizations around the world. This past year, Jana’s Campaign staff and board members have been preparing for these meetings; specifically with the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women by participating in the efforts of the Commission on the Status of Women.

In 2013 and 2014, Jana’s Campaign worked to promote prevention and response to incidents of gender and relationship violence within the military context. Although Jana’s Campaign is appreciative of the efforts recently made by military administration to protect our service men and women from sexual assault and other harm, We believe even more can and should be done to best reflect the caliber of those who make the sacrifice to enter military service. Jana’s Campaign actively lobbied for the Military Justice Improvement Act of 2013 (S. 967 & H.R. 2016). This piece of legislation moves the decision to investigate, prosecute, and punish sexual assault in the military out of the chain of command.

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) was originally signed into law in 1994 and provided over $1.5 billion in grant programs toward the improved investigation and prosecution of violent crimes against women. VAWA provided new protections to victims, strengthened provisions against offenders and also established a national domestic violence hotline. The act was re-authorized by Congress and signed by President Obama on March 7, 2013. The re-authorization calls for improved state programs to reduce domestic violence and imposes new obligations on colleges and universities under its Campus Sexual Violence Act (“SaVE Act”) provision, Section 304. In Spring 2013, Jana’s Campaign board and staff worked on Capitol Hill to support this legislation.

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Engaging Men & Boys

2013-2014

Jana’s Campaign believes that men and boys should be actively engaged in confronting male violence against women and girls. We believe “real men” take a stand and speak out against inequality, sexism, and violence against women. While only a small minority of men harm women, we recognize the importance that all men and boys should participate and be proactive in preventing such violence. Jana’s Campaign is happy to serve as a

Presentations Conference/ Presentation

Date

Location

Presenter

Participants

resource, link and a collaborative supporter by bringing a nationally recognized program Coaching Boys into Men (CBIM) to high schools in Kansas. This program trains athletic coaches to use their influence to help high school male student athletes to build healthy relationships and prevent gender violence. Over the course of an athletic season, CBIM coaches lead their players through brief weekly activities that address things such as personal responsibility, respectful behaviors, and relationship abuse. Coaching Boys into Men was created by Futures without Violence in 2001.

Introduce Jackson Katz and JC at KU

March 7, 2013

Lawrence, KS

Curt Brungardt

400

Walk-A-Mile Event at FHSU

March 11, 2013

Hays, KS

Curt Brungardt

130

Oregon Radio Talk Show

March 22, 2013

Pacific Northwest

Curt Brungardt

Listening area in NW USA

Mobilizing Men Meeting

June 29, 2013

Dallas

Curt Brungardt

30

Train TMP Coaches on CBIM

August 8, 2013

Hays, KS

Eric Sader

10

Ellis High School

Ellis Co.

Sigma Chi Meeting

September 8, 2013

Hays, KS

Curt Brungardt and Eric Sader

25

Hays High School

Ellis Co.

Curt Brungardt, Brian Porch and Andre Tyler

70

Logan High School

Phillips Co.

Plainville High School

Rooks Co.

Thomas Moore Prep-Marian

Ellis Co.

Western Plains High School

Ness Co.

Northwest KS DV Summit/ Train Coaches from Logan and Plainville HS

October 15, 2013

Hays, KS

TMP Football Team

October 18, 2013

Hays, KS

Curt Brungardt

60

CBIM Training-Hays High School Coaches

January 20, 2014

Hays, KS

Curt Brungardt, Brian Porch and Andre Tyler

21

Walk- A -Mile Event at FHSU

March 3, 2014

Hays, KS

Curt Brungardt

125

Vicitim Rights Week-Lansing Correctional Facility

April 10, 2014

Lansing, KS

Curt Brungardt

160

Truman State University “All Male Talk”

April 15, 2014

Kirksville, MO

Curt Brungardt

200

Washburn University-Residential Life

June 18, 2014

Topeka, KS

Curt Brungardt and Danielle Dougherty

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Completed CBIM Video

August 2014

Hays, KS

Curt Brungardt

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Men and Masculinity Conference

October 10, 2014

St. Louis, MO

Curt Brungardt

18

The Campus Men’s Action Network (CMAN) is an organizational model developed by Jana’s Campaign that encourages college men to develop a campus coalition and actively engage in the work to end gender-based violence. The Campus Men’s Action Network provides a structural framework that assists men wanting to network together and mobilize themselves to build a campus culture of respect for women. We believe men must become allies in the movement to end gender-based violence by first redefining what it means to “be a man”. First and foremost, this requires an end to the compliance of the idea of male domination in our culture by dismissing sexism and no longer accepting gender inequality. Many men want to be part of the solution and be agents of change. However, most don’t know what to do or how to get started. The Campus Men’s Action Network provides a practical model that includes example mission statements, core principles, and programming ideas to help men get started. The ultimate goal of this work is to encourage good men to begin the hard work of transforming the campus culture and to end gender-based violence.

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Coaching Boys Into Men Program Trainings Name

KS County

Coach John Montgomery

Thank you for all of your support and direction through the whole process. This is definitely something I would like to keep up in the years to come. We had our banquet on Monday night, and I was amazed at the number of parents I had come up to thank me for putting their sons through the program. I thought how cool that they are sharing some of the things we are discussing with their parents. --John F. Montgomery, TMP Head Football Coach

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a girl named

Mia

This fall, Jana's Campaign gained our newest, and youngest, Founding Member. Young philanthropist Mia Lang of Hays, Kansas had a special request for her upcoming ninth birthday: instead of buying her birthday gifts, she asked friends and family to make a donation to Jana's Campaign.

Mia's act of generosity and selflessness was truly inspiring to us. As her birthday drew closer, we at Jana’s Campaign looked forward to meeting this special girl and to thank her for her support. Then, on October 24th, 2014, Mia, her mom and siblings, came to our office to share Mia’s gift. Mia brought us an envelope with cash and checks totaling $1,071! It was her hope that, by supporting Jana’s Campaign, she could help give more birthdays to more girls. We are honored to be part of her wish and will work tirelessly to make her wish come true. Thank you, Mia.

Jana’s Campaign is asking our friends to support our ‘Annual Membership Drive’ and our annual programming priorities. In 2015, we are seeking financial resources to help us build and expand our program activities, primarily in teen gender violence prevention. This coming year, we hope to raise $100,000 from our individual donors like yourself and our corporate sponsors. 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.

janascampaign@gmail.com PO Box 647, Hays, KS 67601 janascampaign.org

KANSAS OFFICE: (785)656-0324 COLORADO OFFICE: (719)660-8537

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