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 […]
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 chef’s project in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program in Perth, Australia, is increasing access to delicious, healthy meals for those in need.
An entirely unique ‘vision quest’ connected the sighted with the visually impaired in adventurous tasks across Melbourne.
A Landmark graduate experiences New York at many different levels.
David Watkins went from being someone afraid to sing in public to founding Stage Door Entertainment, a rat pack themed performing group that touches the lives of the aged across Australia.
Olympic beach volleyball gold medalist and Landmark graduate Natalie Cook is taking part in her record fifth Olympic Games in London. Also, Landmark Education is proud to work with NBC Television Stations as an advertiser of local coverage of these Olympic Games.
Thursday, September 15th is R UK DAY?, a suicide prevention/awareness day created by Landmark graduate Gavin Larkin.
Landmark graduate Colin Hooper is developing a national carpool membership network in New Zealand.
R U OK?DAY was created as a national day of action to have Australians prevent suicide by having conversations to connect with people.
Scott Woolf raised awareness about the endangered Kakapo bird in Auckland Kindergarten classes as his project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Dance Australia has featured renown Australian Paul White in a recent story, which also tells how the Landmark Forum made a difference in White’s enjoyment of what he does.
In Landmark Education’s SELP, Karen Vlahos created a project that is both a weight loss contest with a $10,000 reward, as well as a vehicle to raise money for Breast Cancer research.
A fitness and nutrition program for 20 contestants similar to ‘The Biggest Loser’ television program was the project created by Kylie Flevell in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Andrew Correa is creating two multicultural concerts for International Race Relations Day in New Zealand.
Tanya Jaw is aiding Cambodian orphans as part of her SELP program offered by Landmark Education.
Lisa Quirk created an innovative program for migrants unfamiliar with the surf to learn how to safely deal with the beach and ocean. Safety is the program’s priority, which requires no previous ocean experience. The program came out of her […]
New Zealand’s North Shore Times has written an article about the project that Claire Balfour created in Landmark Education’s self-expression and leadership program. Balfour is collecting children’s books to aid refugees with their English. Here is much of the story […]
Roz Benson’s Self-Expression and Leadership program project got her involved in her community in an unusual way–The project was to start the Balingup medieval festival in Western Australia. What was at first a project supported solely by the local community […]
Vive Magazine, an Australian publication for businesswomen, issued an article titled “Five Steps to Mindfulness” in its June/July issue.The article, which discusses various means by which to live in the moment in life, extensively mentions Landmark Education, including quotations […]
Australian Landmark Forum graduate Lachlan Haynes organized the inaugural ‘Art for a Cause’ art exhibition and art auction, to benefit the Lasallian Foundation, a non-profit group that supports projects throughout Asia that provide disadvantaged children a chance to break the cycle […]
When Matt Kerr of Waitakere, New Zealand did Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, he decided to create adventures for young people. He created Wild Waitakere Warriors, an outdoor Program that trained participants in leadership, courage and having fun. See more below. […]
The Whitebridge Foundation was created by Grace Demaio a Melbourne designer who participated in the Landmark Education Self-Expression and Leadership Program. The purpose of the foundation is to collect and send excess clothing from major clothing manufacturers to help dress […]
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 Annette Briers was a participant in the Landmark Education Self-Expression and Leadership Program this past summer she created a project to have a Careers Expo to help people in her home town see what kinds of job and career […]
StepUP Foundation- “If it is possible, it is possible for me, it’s just a matter of how!” Australian Business Woman Ryll Bergin has always wanted to make a difference in lives of teenagers. As a business professional, she wanted to […]
Can you shower in 1 minute? This was the challenge that Chadstone resident, Vikki Mount set herself, when she received her water usage bill in January and was not happy with the amount of water she was using in […]
New Zealand Olympic Gold Medalist Sarah Ulmer created “Kids on Bikes” as a way of getting New Zealand businesses and organizations to sponsor getting children bicycles and safety gear to promote kids getting regular exercise. World Class cyclist Sarah Ulmer […]
Landmark Self Expression and Leadership Project called G.O.P.A.T. (Giving Old People A Thrill) New Zealand Self Expression and Leadership Program Participant Max Vodane created a project that brought the Ulysses Motor Bike Club together with the St. Andrews Retirement Community. […]
Everyone at some point has been approached by a smiling kid selling candy bars to raise money for their school or sports team. Most people find these kids and the opportunity to support their endeavors difficult to resist. In fact […]