Participation in Landmark programs has been growing quickly in recent years. The Landmark Forum is now offered in Mexico, Colombia and Brasil. People come from all over Latin American to participate in these programs. This month, on October 21 at […]
One woman has made sure that children in need have had a place to live for over 25 years.
A mural campaign which shares residents’ visions of the beautiful island of Holbox, Mexico, is the project created by Melissa Rothstein in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
People Magazine spotlights the accomplishments of Hilda Pacheco-Taylor, who founded Corazon de Vida, an organization which has raised millions of dollars for Mexican orphanages and which was created in Landmark’s SELP.
The flood that took place in Mexico’s Tabasco state in November of 2007 didn’t attract that much worldwide notice, but to those living in the affected areas, it was devastating. 80% of the state was underwater at one point, and […]
Seattle Landmark Forum graduate Brent Jones found a unique way to give back to the employees of his landscaping business: He caused the construction of a huge new park and playground in their home town of Las Animas, Mexico. Many […]
Landmark Education Graduate Ellen Snortland is an actor, author and activist and has dedicated herself to the empowerment of women. She has written a book Beauty Bites Beast that has received praise from women’s organizations around the world. Most recently […]
Corazon de Vida was created in 1994 as a Self-Expression and Leadership Program project by Hilda Pacheco-Taylor in Newport Beach, California. Corazon de Vida recently had its latest Child Sponsorship dinner and announced that it is now sponsoring 14 orphanages […]
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 […]