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

What people are saying about the Any1CanSM Project

Stories of Service: Mothering Across Continents
Global Youth Service Day

by Chris Wagner
March 25, 2014

Patton students stand up for global change
The News Herald (Morganton, NC)

by Jessica Isaacs
January 17, 2014

Patton High School students Erin Griffin and Alex Ung are participating in an awareness effort to promote global change. Their hand-painted T-shirt designs are among 21 candidates competing to be featured in a retail collection, and the public can now vote for them online... Click here to read more.

Bol Video
Click to watch the Any1Can Vote story,
recently featured on WCNC-TV!
Local students lend helping hand through line of t-shirts
WCNC - NBC Charlotte

by Katie Killen
January 16, 2014

T-shirt contest will raise money for South Sudan
Lake Norman News

by Rachel Daniels
January 13, 2014

The Any1Can Project, which began as an educational tool for students to learn about global issues, is holding a T-shirt contest this month that features art from schools around the region and is raising money to help students in South Sudan... Click here to read more.

Myers Park high selling T-shirts to help build school in Sudan
The Charlotte Observer

by Marty Minchin
December 28, 2013

Bol Maywal described attending school in South Sudan as "terrifying." Children often walked more than 10 miles to get to school, which had few teachers and little to no food or clean water. "By the time we arrived at school, school was crowded, kids were hungry, and you couldn't learn anything because the materials were not there, books were not there," said Maywal, who graduated from Myers Park High School in 2008... Click here to read more.

2013-14 Participating Schools

Myers Park High School, Charlotte, NC
Morehead STEM Academy, Charlotte, NC
Community School of Davidson, Davidson, NC
East Mecklenburg High School, Charlotte, NC
Independence High School, Charlotte, NC
Randolph Middle School, Charlotte, NC
Vance High School, Charlotte, NC
Patton High School, Morganton, NC

Want to get your school involved for the 2013-14 school year?

Contact Elizabeth Peacock at (704) 607-3301 or by email at

Any1Can in the news!

Click the links below to read about the project and each school's amazing efforts.

Any1Can Installation "T-Shirts for Social Good": Installation Features 36-foot globe
Charlotte Arts Journalism Alliance

by Sarah Metts
April 11, 2013

Students paint T-shirts to benefit Sudan school
Salisbury Post

by Karissa Minn
March 21, 2013

Patton event raises awareness of hunger, other issues
The Morganton News Herald

by Cheryl Shuffler
March 19, 2013

Students help turn T-shirts into new school for needy
The Mint Hill Times

by Derek Lacey
March 13, 2013

Students paint T-shirts to help South Sudan
Young Achievers: Charlotte Observer

March 12, 2013

Any1Can: Charlotte students paint hundreds of t-shirts to raise awareness of global issues
CLT Blog

by Cindy Ballaro
March 12, 2013