Statistic: Nearly 50% of marriages in America end in divorce. -Time Magazine While the number of marriages that end in divorce is sobering, there are all kinds of associated statistics related to children and divorce. Children from divorced families are […]
A home for teen mothers faced thousands of dollars in repair expenses. One Landmark graduate took on making a difference everywhere he could.
A June Huffington Post article told the story of Mathew Shurka who was made to participate in controversial gay conversion therapy as an adolescent. Mathew recently participated in the “It Gets Better Project” on YouTube. A video campaign targeted at GLBT […]
A Landmark graduate is using her traumatic past as an opportunity to make a difference for others.
Landmark spokesperson and Landmark Forum Leader Josselyne Herman-Saccio appeared on Huffington Post Live in a panel discussion on mistakes parents make.
Landmark Forum Leader and spokesperson David Cunningham recently wrote an article about how parents can communicate more effectively with their teens or young people. The article focuses on three main areas: listening, addressing their concerns, and talking straight. Here’s an excerpt. […]
Joanne Horibe leads Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program. As a project she undertook inside of that course, Horibe teamed up with Ashley Bulley and Kerri Stanford to lobby the Ontario government to include in vitro fertilization as part of its OHIP coverage.
Alia Ramer of New Jersey Jewish News has written a personal column for the publication, which in commemoration of Father’s Day (this Sunday, June 21), tells of the appreciation Ramer has for her step-father. In the column, Ramer acknowledges the Landmark Forum as making a critical difference in her having a close relationship with him.
One of the most common problem parents face today is finding the time and energy to spend quality time with their kids. Lynne Richardson could empathize, being a parent who struggled to make time for her children and who felt […]
Out of her Participation in Landmark Education’s Team Management Leadership Program (TMLP), London native Jo Lawrence has formed a project to assist AIDS orphans in the Sweetwaters community in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. Titled ‘Sponsor a Mother’, the project works with Love is […]
Seattle native Heidi Breeze-Harris was two months pregnant when she began Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program. She had recently heard about fistula for the first time, and was thinking about starting a non-profit organization to combat the problem. It seemed to […]
Seneka Cohen is a midwife and mother who while participating in the Landmark Education Self Expression and Leadership Program determined to make a difference in the exceptionally high mortality rate among Australian Aboriginal mothers and babies. She created The Aboriginal […]
When Renu Sharma created a community project in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program, she wanted to provide an opportunity for mothers to share their experiences and learn from each other. Here is a story from the East Dehli Plus. Look […]
Landmark Forum Leader Joe Dimaggio was recently interviewed in an article about relationships between Parents and Adult Children From The Record Dad: Offspring find the relationship can be complicated By ABIGAIL LEICHMAN, STAFF WRITER Vivian Scott Chew is very much […]
Interior designers Suzanne Perrin and Denise Inskip-Seale created a project to beautify a Habitat for Humanity home using entirely donated material, labor and furnishings. The concept behind the project was simple. Many of the families that work with Habitat for […]
Young Band Members Raising Funds for Kids” From the Grove Examiner, Calgary Alberta Canada Six local kids – united by their passion for music – are looking beyond their individual and collective dreams for rock stardom, using their musical prowess […]
When Scott Bedall began the Self Expression and Leadership Program he wanted to make a difference in the health of kids. Kids take fitness in stride, and then some From: Times Colonist, Victoria Canada By: Jeff Bell The collective energy […]
In 2002 Penny Beatty had an idea to create a resource fair that specifically addressed the needs and interests of women. 5 years and 25 events later, this project is still going strong. From: Suburban Woman North Shore The spirit […]
Special Spectators was a project created in 2002 by Blake Rockwell while he was a participant in the Landmark Self Expression and Leadership Program. Blake is a huge sports fan and got the idea to give seriously ill children a […]
Group offering help to mothers Volunteers assist by tackling tasks From: Sun Sentinal South Florida By Laura Burdick-Sherman Mothers need as much help they can get as far as Joelle Smith is concerned. And that’s her vision for a newly […]
Kids Hit the Books to Build A Kitchen From WCAV- Alexandria Virginia Elementary school students at Greer and Stony Point are hitting the books to help poor students in rural Mexico build a kitchen at their school. The second […]
Limbs For Life From 9NEWS NOW Washington D.C. If there was ever a pitch for a cause, Jessica Rogers knows how to hit it. “Some kids that don’t have legs and arms, they’re gonna get money for them to get […]
Uplifiting Images Of Tenderloin CommunityStudents Help Change Perception Of Tough Neighborhood See the Video From ABC7 KGO-TV/DT San Francisco By Carolyn Tyler Mar. 28 – KGO – We want to take you to a school in a tough San Francisco […]
Reprinted from RecordBreeze.com Glo. Twp. students give books ‘from the heart’ Books recently took on a different meaning for students at Loring-Flemming Elementary School in Gloucester Township. The school launched its first “Books from the Heart” this year. The project […]
Seattle Times March 1, 2007 By Alan Berner Staff Photographer Through My Eyes, Photography taught to kids at Hutch Cancer Research Center Hutch School A camera company used to advertise, “You push the button, we do the rest” — as […]
Originally printed inthe New Jersey Star-Ledger BY MICHELE HOWE Star-Ledger Staff Harvey Silverman retired from teaching in 1995. Sort of. Like many retirees, the former educator, who taught fourth and sixth grades in the New York City school system, stays […]
When Australian Landmark Forum graduate Brad Mander looked to find a project for his Self-Expression and Leadership Program, he didn’t have to look far from home. As a divorced father, he experienced a sense of loss when he realized he […]