The mission of Anytown is to celebrate diversity and reduce bias, bigotry, and prejudice. Programming is done in an experiential, interactive and safe setting where all students, called delegates, are involved. This is not a classroom or lecture type of environment but rather a unique and structured curriculum where one exercise builds upon another.
Delegates will confront issues regarding stereotypes, disabilities, gender, occupations, faith and religion, body types, sexual orientation, class and privilege. There is a talent night when the entire camp participates and celebrates each other.
Participants in Anytown unanimously say that the week is profound and life-changing, enabling them to appreciate others in an accepting and understanding fashion.