Mothering Across Continents
  • In April, five schools and an estimated 3,000 students will raise funds for education in South Sudan through our annual Any1Can Walk for Wisdom. Support their efforts at

    Any1Can Walk for Wisdom
  • In 2013, T-shirts for Social Good featured 2,000 messages hand painted by students to express seven global issues.

    The Any1Can Project Installation
  • Any1Can Global
    Ambassador and social
    action award winner
    Jordan Jenkins facilitates
    a global issues exercise.

    Any1Can student teaches global issues at Sensoria
  • Creative, arts-based
    experiences are often
    part of an Any1Can
    service learning project.

    Rocky River High School Students in The Global Class
  • Almost 700 students
    registered for the
    Any1Can Walk for Wisdom
    to raise funds for adult
    literacy in South Sudan.

    Walk for Wisdom
  • To raise awareness, students created campaign posters to celebrate Global Youth Service Day 2014 and spur social media conversations about youth service.

    Reach Out
  • At the 2014 Any1Can
    Global Youth Service Summit,
    125 participants shared
    knowledge and service
    experiences about
    economic, social and
    environmental issues.

    2014 Global Youth Service Summit
  • Classroom education combined with experiential learning is at the heart of Any1Can service projects.

  • Patton High School in Morganton, North Carolina, combined its annual Giving Games with fundraising for a school in South Sudan.

  • Store for Social Good

    100% of net proceeds from a line of Any1Can products inspired by student designs help fund projects to support education in challenged communities.

    Store for Social Good
  • The message to students
    – "You're It!" –
    defines the spirit of
    the Any1Can Project.

    Global Youth Service Summit

Contact Us


c/o Mothering Across Continents
310 Arlington Avenue, Suite 303
Charlotte, NCĀ 28203

Telephone: (704) 607-3301


Chief Catalyst, USA

Patricia Shafer


Special Projects Coordinator

Elizabeth Peacock


Media Contact, USA

Cindy Ballaro