In his Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program, one teenager created a blood drive which has made him a leader in his community.
A fundraiser created in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program for a camp for the disabled raised much more money than anticipated.
One woman’s project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program is to take on the rising youth suicide rate in India.
by Asmi Kothari On February 6th 2011 Kelly Munford was involved in a horrific car crash, involving only herself. It happened at 4am when she fell asleep whilst driving and hit a tree, having the tree go straight through the […]
A new project is attempting to remove the stigma attached to mental health in India.
Day for grandfathers and grandchildren celebrates love across generations.
One person’s project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program is transforming the Mumbai transportation system so that deaf people can travel as easily as hearing people.
One Landmark graduate is starting a conversation about bipolar disorder and other forms of mental illness.
A program of sight exercises aims to improve vision without glasses.
One woman is going all out to get her mother a new kidney, and she’s doing the same to save others like her.
Two Landmark graduates are launching a monthly sponsorship program through which American women donate a kit containing feminine hygiene products to a girl in the developing world even as they buy their own.
Le cours de leadership d’une durée de trois jours et demi à l'intention des dirigeants d'entreprise et d'autres dirigeants organisationnels est offert par le groupe Vanto du 12 au 15 juin à l'Université George Mason. La formation « Leadership: Inventing […]
For three years, a project created in the Self-Expression and Leadership program has brought companionship, gifts, and entertainment to rest home residents in New Zealand.
A recent project both funded a key program for low vision kids and brought a special gift to many of them.
Publicizing and advancing NAD therapy is Thomas Ingoglia’s project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Michael Schneider and Brian Orter turned their animal rescue dreams into a reality, using piloting skills to make a unique difference.
A reunion for Peace Corps volunteers who served in the country of Georgia was attended by the Peace Corps CEO, as well as the Georgian ambassador to the United States.
One woman used her own family challenges as inspiration to bring counseling to local schools.
As his project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, Kohei Iguchi held three free workshops to introduce people to a variety of herbal teas.
A unique therapeutic DVD is aiding people suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia.
After doing The Landmark Forum, Morris Chubb went from someone who felt too timid to make a difference to someone running a $1.5 million nonprofit delivering showers and laundry services to the homeless.
Landmark Forum Graduate Project Sierra Leone Rising responds to Freetown Mudslides
A Landmark Forum graduate dealing with Parkinson’s Disease was recently featured on Living Healthy Chicago, WGN Channel 9 for his positive attitude and for making a difference for others.
To get to congenital heart disease in children in time, this heart surgeon operates on about 100 young people a year for free.
A new program is setting out to give women greater opportunities in the workplace in India via legislation affecting maternity leave.
A recent Florida walkathon was part of a new non-profit’s effort to reduce depression through exercise.
One doctor is going beyond the medical treatment he offers his cancer patients – through ‘Live Again’, he is offering the opportunity for they and others affected by cancer to share their stories.
One woman’s project is turning the metropolis of Ahmedabad into the most hygienic city in India.
It sounds like a fairy tale – looking for one’s lost parents, discovering that one is a princess in a faraway land, and giving heart and soul to rebuild that country. But it’s a reality created by Sarah Culberson.
One man is doing everything he can to eliminate a dangerous blood disorder in India.