34 youth businesses took part in Ithaca’s first ever youth entrepreneurship market, created as a project in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
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.
The Christmas Spirit Community Dinner in Victoria has provided a magical experience for thousands of people over the last 26 years.
In recent years, there have been a number of hi-profile crises that have gotten a great deal of attention. The Indonesian Tsunami, Huricane Katrina and the genocide in Darfur have all gotten extensive media attention but once the attention subsides the people affected remain […]
A recent Florida walkathon was part of a new non-profit’s effort to reduce depression through exercise.
Two minutes of brushing is happens every day in Brayton Elementary School.
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.
WGN television in Chicago took note of one woman’s efforts to have prom dresses available to young woman at an affordable price.
Landmark Forum Leader David Cunningham talks money, and the freedom that comes from distinguishing our interpretations about it.
If you could just be the one that goes first, and gives that olive branch and goes and makes peace, and says, “You know what? No matter what happened, what’s important here is that we get to express our love for each other.” And if you did that before the holidays even got here, then for sure the holiday season and the holiday itself would have a whole other flavor to it.
Tribe of Lambs is holding a rock party in Calgary to fund 54 children at Rays Home for HIV Positive Children in India.
Lesley Apelbaum has turned a passion into a project. She first participated in Landmark’s programs when she was a kid. She did the Landmark Forum for Young People at the age of 10. Now and adult, she finds herself keenly interested […]
Courtney Smith is out to end stigma around mental illness and empower those impacted by it.
When AJ Richards returned from his tour of duty in Iraq in 2006 he felt a loss of purpose.
When a man stopped being able to go to see the Red Sox because of Parkinson’s disease, his son has pioneered a Parkinson’s day at Fenway Park in his honor.
An innovative support program allows aid for all kinds of people in need, and makes it easy for children to make a difference.
Knitting Nannies are sending scarves and other items to women and children in need.
A peace building, international summer program is featured on Chicago’s WBEZ’s Worldview.
Joel Chorny is changing the way the world sees convicted felons.
Landmark graduate Robert Toporek has created a reunion for the men he served with Vietnam, in honor of Milton Olive, who gave his life to save four members of the platoon, and was the first African American to be awarded the medal of honor in Vietnam.
Pam Djigounian and her brother Jeff Gamble are Landmark Forum graduates who have made an enormous difference in educating young people and introducing them to the field of health care. This is part one of their story.
Long after Hurricane Katrina, Landmark Forum graduate Roger Dart continues to spearhead rebuilding efforts in New Orleans.
A team at a Vancouver area logistics company gives advice on how to make tasty, affordable meals.
Landmark graduate Joe Kirin encourages people the world over to take a day to stop complaining.
Having experienced homelessness himself, AJ Lovewins now does everything he can to empower homeless people to live great lives.
By supporting sustainability through crowdfunding and a unique business partnership, two Landmark graduates are blazing a new trail in the world of non-profits.
A Landmark graduate experiences New York at many different levels.
How one man turned a parent’s worst nightmare into a stand for love, peace and forgiveness.
This video about strangers simply being with each other has gone viral on Youtube.
At TEDx Fort McMurray, sustainability executive and Landmark Forum graduate Joey Hundert discusses the challenges of starting something new.