Join us for this fabulous opportunity to come together as a community and support the Any1Can Project, a collaborative service effort in 16 North Carolina schools!Throughout the semesert, students at these schools (including Northwest) have studied seven diverse, but interconnected, global issues:Poverty and The Global EconomyHunger and NutritionWater and InfrastructurePeace and Conflict ResolutionAccess to EducationEnvironment and Climate ChangeSocial Attitudes and Prejudice/Tolerance As part of the Any1Can Project, each participating school hosts a Painting Party-- a chance for students, parents and other members of the ENTIRE school community to come together at fun events where every ticketholder receives a white T-shirt with an Any1Can logo.Using the seven global issues as a starting place, each person at the party gets to hand-paint his or her own ideas and images about making a difference directly on the T-shirt.Ticket proceeds from painting parties benefit the Raising South Sudan project, a school-building effort in the world's newest country. Specifically, proceeds from The 2013 Any1Can Project will go towards a permanent, primary school in the village of Aliap, Unity State, South Sudan.From April 13-20, 2013, there will be a gallery-style installation of the handcrafted T-shirts at Sensoria, the annual literature and arts festival on the main campus of Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC). Visit www.any1canproject.org to learn more or contact:
Emily MasonStudent Body Presidentdoreemily22@gmail.com(980) 213-1828
Elizabeth PeacockEducation Program Manager, Mothering Across Continentsepeacock@any1canproject.org(704) 607-3301 We hope you can join us for this exciting, innovative event that celebrates the collective power of many individual voices.
Sincerely,NWSA Student Leadership
General Admission- Painting Party 11.54
Support Any1Can and South Sudan