Impact Report

This Assessment Data and Impact Report is a collection of Jana’s Campaign program activities for the 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 calendar years. Both a summary of quantitative and qualitative data is provided that illustrate both program outputs and program outcomes…read more.

Inaugural Midwest Campus Safety Summit a Huge Success

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.

2016 Annual Report Full Report

I am so pleased to present you with the 2016 Annual Report for Jana’s Campaign.  As you’ll see in the pages of the report, we have had a banner year providing comprehensive, effective programming to prevent gender and relationship violence. I am so proud of the work we’ve done this past year…read more.

Jana’s Campaign Receives National Award

Hays (KAN) – Jana’s Campaign, Inc. has received national recognition for its teen dating violence prevention program. In January, the Mary Byron Project of Louisville, Kentucky, awarded Jana’s Campaign with the “Commended Program Award” as part of their Celebrating Solutions Awards program…read more.

December 2016 Newsletter

What began with one school in 2014 has grown exponentially to include working with more than 260 middle and high schools across seven states. Working with teachers, administrators, parents, staff, and students, Jana’s Campaign is making an impact…read more.

Jana’s Campaign Receives Verizon Foundation Grant for Violence Prevention in Colorado and Nebraska

Jana’s Campaign is excited to announce that they are the recipient of a $25,000 grant from the Verizon Foundation.  This generous grant will fund comprehensive gender and relationship violence prevention programming in secondary schools throughout…read more.