Donate Online
How did you hear about us?

Click here to set up a recurring donation
The Impact Project Video
Major Grants & Sponsors

BCBSKS-Foundation-clr-w-tag-260x52

Verizon LogoKHF-CLR_Horizontal-260x66

heartland-community-foundation-260x169

Eagle-Communications---transparant-bcgd130x56Midwest-Energy130x79

rejuvenations130x26Hays-Academy-of-Hair-Design130x130

Wal-Mart-Foundation-logo130x39Amazon-Smile-logo-130

This national fundraising campaign seeks to raise $500,000 over the next eighteen months to take our work to the next level. Jana’s Campaign is a Kansas-based, national education and violence prevention organization with the mission of reducing gender and relationship violence. Over our six year history, our programming impact has been felt throughout Kansas and across the United States.

The IMPACT project fundraising campaign is designed to increase both the scale and scope of our work and to create even greater impact.  The IMPACT project will allow us to improve and expand our gender violence prevention efforts in middle and high schools, colleges and universities, as well as with our community-wide programming activities.

In 2011 we launched our first major fundraising campaign. In eight short months we raised over $125,000, which provided us with the necessary foundation to jump-start our organization. Since that time, hundreds of our friends have continued to financially support us, which has allowed us to grow and expand our impact.

We are making a difference. With your help we can do even more. Please support the IMPACT project and help us reach our goal. All proceeds will directly support our education and violence prevention work.

Our Goal: $500,000

About the IMPACT project Co-Chairs

Together, Mia Lang and Curt Brungardt are chairing the IMPACT project fundraising campaign. Both Mia and Curt have a deep passion for Jana’s Campaign and our efforts to reduce gender relationship violence.

Curt-MiaMia Lang is a ten-year-old fourth grader at Holy Family Elementary School in Hays, Kansas. Last year for her birthday, she asked her family and friends not to buy her gifts, but rather to donate to Jana’s Campaign. Her efforts and passion for the cause raised $1,100. Since that time, Mia continues to fundraise and volunteer for Jana’s Campaign.

Curt Brungardt is the Voss Professor of Leadership Studies at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas and is a co-founder of Jana’s Campaign. The past five years, Curt  has served as president of the Board of Directors of Jana’s Campaign before stepping down in August 2015.

Our Funding Priorities

  • Secondary Education
    New resources will be used to enhance and expand our Love Doesn’t Hurt: Teen Gender Violence Prevention program in Kansas and in our neighboring states. Our goal is to reach 20,000 new adolescents with this effort. Program activities include:
    • Teacher training and classroom infusion of the Safe Dates curriculum into middle and high schools classes.
    • Infusion of specialized co-curricular prevention programming including our service-project mini grants, Coaching Boys into Men programming and Bystander Intervention trainings.
    • Expansion of our direct prevention programming, which includes classroom and school assemblies as well as our gender-specific workshops including Her Toolkit and Man2Man
    • Development and distribution of materials and trainings for school counselors, school social workers, faculty and administrators on effective ways to prevent and respond to teen gender violence.
  • Higher Education
    New resources will be used to develop, implement and expand programming activities that are designed to prevent and respond to campus gender violence both regionally and nationally. Our goal is to reach an additional 200 colleges and 200,000 new college students. Programming activities include:
    • Enhancement and expansion of our higher education regional conferences and workshops that train college personnel on preventing and responding to campus gender violence.
    • Expansion of our direct prevention programming to regional colleges and universities, which includes Bystander Intervention training, coordinated campus response teams and the Campus Men’s Action Network.
    • Development and implementation of the National Gender Violence Curriculum Infusion Repository, which will provide important resources for college faculty members interested in infusing this subject matter into their coursework.
  • Community-Wide Education
    New resources will be used to broaden our impact through our various community-wide educational programming strategies across Kansas and into surrounding states. Our goal is to reach 50 new communities and 100,000 citizens. Programming activities include:
    • Expansion of our direct public awareness programming. This includes presentations, conference workshops and specialized trainings.
    • Enhancement and expansion of our technology and media delivery programming. This includes video development and use, public service announcements and social media strategies.
    • Development and implementation of incentives to promote community-wide collaboration between all key stakeholders working to better prevent and respond to gender and relationship violence.