‘I Love My City’ has improved the lives of Indian citizens through a variety of innovative initiatives.
This video about strangers simply being with each other has gone viral on Youtube.
A woman who has brought bedside dog visits to thousands in hospitals had her project begin with an extraordinary event.
Inspired by participating in Landmark programs, Sunil S. Wagh has, along with his friends and family, created two remarkable initiatives to impact the lives of child laborers and orphans in rural India. Started in June 2013, the SANTI Child Care […]
Landmark Forum graduate Mathew Shurka has become a compassionate leader in the movement to outlaw gay conversion therapy.
A simple block party grows into an enormous community wide event.
Sara Safari climbs the world’s tallest mountains to raise money for Empower Nepali Girls, a group providing an education for the poorest Nepali girls and keeping them out of the sex trade.
Landmark graduate Jean Kelley is performing live on NBC’s The Voice for 17 million viewers.
Globetops is an innovative organization that gets refurbished laptops into the hands of community leaders in the developing world.
A viral campaign connects strangers by encouraging them to say hello to each other.
Landmark graduate Joe Kirin created a campaign to have August 12th be No Complaints Day. Watch television coverage from WGN Chicago.
A Landmark graduate who was once homeless himself has created a program to help homeless people by letting them sell CDs by famous artists – now he’s seeking to take the program nationwide.
A former Landmark staff member is using her skills to impact poverty in Afghanistan.
Families getting along and defusing conflicts – Landmark’s Josselyne Harman-Saccio discusses on ABC.
An odyssey from Vietnam to America ends in one woman spearheading the translation of The Landmark Forum into Vietnamese.
A Leading London lifestyle publication has a reporter take part in and review The Landmark Forum.
by Maureen Andreakis Dayna Chicoine calls the village of Wakefield, Quebec her life-long home. Dayna’s personal mission driving her career is to contribute toward the health and well being of all, especially to youth. It is a natural leap to see how […]
Landmark graduate Soraya Sheppard is bringing the color and power of South African art to Chicago.
by Jessica Hartman Jaclyn Mishal heard dramatic stories of world travelers from the safety of the travel office where she was employed. Working late one evening, colleagues were joking about the many mysteries of how to travel and what to […]
A Landmark graduate begins a bold project to bridge the digitil divide by getting computers into the hands of low income kids.
What could be more fun than a musical ghost story film? Read more about Vinnie Hogan’s project from his Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
A project uniting organ donor recipients and families of donors brought peace to both groups while sharing the difference that organ donation can make in people’s lives.
A New York model took an unusual leap – as a woman she began to model as a man. As covered in The New York Post and CNN.
Flash mobs meet children’s stories in this unique project created in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
The following video spotlights recent ‘games in the world’ (difference making projects) created in Landmark’s Team, Management and Leadership Program.
Over 100 established Punjabi poets came together recently with up and coming poets at a poetry fair organized by Jaswant Singh Zafar as his project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program. In the inaugural session S. Amarjit Singh Grewal welcomed the […]
Caroline Muhlich’s project that she created in the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program found a colorful and effective way to raise awareness of cervical cancer in the UK – encourage women to wear bright red lipstick. The Red Lippy Project […]
The Splash Mob 5k isn’t like any other fundraiser run – in this one, participants are bombarded with water balloons. This fun event, which started three years ago as a project created from the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program, is raising $50,000 this year for a school for homeless kids in Arizona.
Anthony Smith’s project in the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program was a mural that celebrated Newark’s musical history while supporting a thriving community.
by Barbara Castleton “When I touched him, he was cold. That is when I realized he was dead. The shock was so immense that my body began to shake. I went through so much pain and I felt completely helpless. […]