Paws for a Cause has made an unexpected difference – for pets, artists, and the project creator himself.
Michael Schneider and Brian Orter turned their animal rescue dreams into a reality, using piloting skills to make a unique difference.
Increasing the penalty for tiger poaching in India, and educating school children about the importance of tigers to the ecosystem are both part of the ‘Save Tiger Save Life Signature Campaign’.
Donna Monroe Lasser’s project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program helped save thousands of pets in New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, as she assembled a team of 81 veterinary professionals to rescue and treat animals there. Since then, the group she founded, Canadian Animal Assistance Team, has assisted animals in 34 locations throughout the world.
Scott Woolf raised awareness about the endangered Kakapo bird in Auckland Kindergarten classes as his project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Earlier this year, Landmark Forum graduate Daniel Kelly organized a Silent Art Auction event “hART for P.A.W.S. ” (Pozitive Awareness with Shelter), to raise awareness and much needed funds for Casey House and Second Chance Wildlife Sanctuary. Joyce Smith, the […]
Over a thousand puppies and adult dogs were saved from euthanasia in Kentucky last year, thanks to the work of Margie Swift and other Chicago area graduates of the Landmark Forum. Margie Swift always had a love of animals. Prior to […]
When Tim Terelli participated in the Landmark Education Self-Expression and Leadership program last year. He knew that he wanted to make a difference in the more than one million dogs that are euthanized in the United States each year. His […]
Landmark Graduates Michel and Daniel Belknap bring together multiple passions to raise money for animal rescue in a project called “Puttin on the Dog” Here is the story from the The Newtown Bee Michel and Daniel Belknap are fairly new […]