A project created in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program is now an established organization bringing art camps to underprivileged children in hospitals and orphanages across India.
What started as a one time, $5,000, crowdfunding campaign to help kids has become an all out effort to alter the lives of HIV positive children across India.
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.
A group of Landmark graduates has created a school in Nepal that has served as a key shelter after the recent earthquakes.
A former Landmark staff member is using her skills to impact poverty in Afghanistan.
A Landmark graduate begins a bold project to bridge the digitil divide by getting computers into the hands of low income kids.
Ernie G is pioneer in standup comedy, being an inventor of what he calls empowerment comedy. Read his story and how he used what he saw in The Landmark Forum to set him on the road to making a difference through laughter.
One Cape Town man is creating programs to help at risk youth in nearby Lavender Hill.
by Mindy Sullivan When a smallish, unassuming looking young man from India walked up to the microphone to share something while taking part in Landmark Education’s Introduction Leaders Program, about half the room is paying attention. He turns on the […]
Having 10,000 Indian villages be financially sustainable is the bold ambition of one graduate of The Landmark Forum.
A project created out of a Landmark program has brought a vibrant mural to one of Baltimore’s known drug corners.
The fundraiser event Zaynah Khanbhai held in Toronto as her project in in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program is over, but the campaign to build soccer fields for underprivileged Brazilian youth continues. The event, titled ‘Just for Kicks’, was held August […]
Support 1000, the organization created by Oz du Soleil in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, has been featured in news programs and stories across Chicago as it expands its role to provide bras to underprivileged women.