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 of gender and relationship violence, Jana’s Campaign delivers educational programs that prevent domestic and dating violence, sexual violence and stalking.
Middle and High Schools Impacted
Teachers Trained on Safe Dates Curriculum
Colleges and Universities Impacted
Community Impact of People Reached
Numbers reflect Jana’s Campaign Activities 2013 – Present
Jana’s Campaign News
Expanding Jana’s Campaign into Nebraska and Increasing Impact in Colorado – Our work with middle and high schools continues to grow within the state of Kansas and has begun to rapidly expand into both Colorado and Nebraska. Jana’s Campaign has implemented our comprehensive programming in 219 schools in Kansas and 100 schools in Colorado and Nebraska. We are excited to further our efforts and increase our impact in these states and across the country…read more.
“Safe Dates” is the only evidence based curriculum that has 1) prevention and intervention tools 2) strong outcomes even after four years…read more.
On June 7th & 8th, 2017, Jana’s Campaign hosted the Second Annual Rocky Mountains Campus Safety Summit (RMCSS) on the campus of Colorado College in Colorado Springs. Over 100 participants representing 9 states and 40 universities and organizations attended the Summit…read more.
On April 5th & 6th, 2017, Jana’s Campaign hosted the Inaugural Midwest Campus Safety Summit on the campus of Ball State University in Muncie, IN. Nearly 100 participants representing 9 states and 34 universities and organizations attended the Summit, departing with expanded knowledge, inspiration, and resolve to incorporate what they learned into their daily lives on their campuses. Click here to view full report.
What People Are Saying About Jana’s Campaign
“I have never heard a speech that moved me so much! I think from now on I will start to live my life more for others and be less selfish. Thank you for opening my eyes and sharing your story!”
“I continue to be impressed and inspired by the work being done to end gender-based violence by this amazing group of people. It was great to spend the evening with so many exceptional people in one room and in Hays Kansas none the less! Please check out the work being done and support it in whatever way you can. Their reach is far and wide and continues to grow not just throughout Kansas but far beyond. Their strategies are innovative and impactful. The volunteers, staff and board are some of the best people I know and 10 year old Mia is not only a delight but she is showing us all up in her fundraising efforts.”
“Thank you for all of the very important work you do! I’m inspired by all that you & this campaign does to make lives safer, healthier, & happier in Kansas.”
“Keep up the great work. I’m very proud to see where y’all have gotten to, and I hope your work continues for years.”
“Thanks for the inspiring work you have done all over to get this wonderful movement across to campuses all over! What you do is important and valued!”
“I cannot thank you enough for sharing your story and making such an important impact on college campuses in our country.”
“Thank you for all you have done, for the lives you’ve changed, for the difference you have made.”
“Many thanks for the important work you are doing.”