One Landmark graduate’s plan to create wealth for hundreds of thousands of African families may reach the ears of Virgin Group legend Richard Branson.
Time Magazine’s Detroit Blog has recognized the efforts of Les Ward in the creation of ‘MyTown Miracles’ an inspiring book about Detroit which began out of Ward’s participation in the Landmark Education Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
A Detroit concert is raising money to rebuild an esteemed music school in Haiti.
Vanessa and Ben Henneke took part in Landmark Education’s Self Expression and Leadership Program in 1997. In 1998, Anglican Bishop Simon Chiwanga of the Diocese of Mpwapwa in Tanzania invited a team of missionaries from Truro Church led by Vannesa […]
Clean water is a precious in many parts of Africa. One of those places is the Bumpe Chiefdom in Sierra Leone. Through the efforts of Sarah Culberson and the Kposowa Foundation she started, Rotary International and several of it’s […]
Shana Dressler, the Landmark Education graduate and photographer from New York City who raised money for the poor and awareness of the Indian deity Ganesh (see our previous story in Landmark Education News about Dressler’s multimedia project), has a new […]
Mars Tanumihardja used his participation in Landmark Education's Self-Expression and Leadership program to create a benefit concert to raise funds for some of the poorest people in central America. Tanumihardja arranged for the concert to be held at the Newman […]
Chicagoan Sean Parnell took on a big problem in his Self-Expression and Leadership program–The problem of abandoned homes or lots. Many houses or lots, particularly in poorer west and south side neighborhoods, have stood empty for many years. Parnell saw […]
Joy2theWorld is a one year-old non-profit microcredit provider to parts of Ghana, West Africa, founded by Kathleen Gibbs, who was inspired to create the organization through her participation in Landmark Education’s programs. According to a recent release, Joy2theWorld is significantly expanding its microcredit […]
Landmark Education graduate Kathleen Gibbs has founded Joy2theWorld.org, a non-profit microlending organization designed to empower women in Africa. Founded less than a year ago, Joy2theWorld has gone from being an idea to a reality that is already making a difference […]
G.V. Bhat lives in Sirsi, India, a small town with a problem common to rural India: no jobs, or more accurately, no middle class white collar jobs. This problem causes educated youth to leave the villages they grew up in as soon as they are […]
Denver Self Expression and Leadership Program participant Kristina Yarrington worked with her husband to create a community project to renovate a home with Habitat for Humanity. Kristina Yarrington, and her husband, David, sit amid construction material as work continues Monday […]
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 […]
Youth Making a Difference got its start in the Landmark Education Self-Expression and Leadership Program when Robert Baird determined that he wanted to find a way for young adults to discover their own ability to make a difference. As a business […]
Gerald Schwartz is a Landmark Education Graduate and leads introductions to The Landmark Forum. He has also been a farmer in California’s Central Valley for most of his life and was recently appointed to be the Central Valley Regional Liaison […]
Trucken for Katrina: A project started in the Landmark Team Management and Leadership Program Not long after Hurricane Katrina hit Sherrill Sundberg learned that one of her neighbors had 4 separate family members who each lost their homes. She was participating in […]
On most bridal registries you will find things like coffee makers, china, linens and other household goods. If you were on the guest list of Linda and Richard Frary’s wedding last spring, you would have found goats, pigs and […]
Heather Rozen, of Lowell Massachusetts found herself moved by the plight of low-income women trying to put their lives back together while recovering from substance abuse. She created a community project called “Face Forward” to give them makeovers and support them in gaining […]