One woman used her own family challenges as inspiration to bring counseling to local schools.
After doing The Landmark Forum, Morris Chubb went from someone who felt too timid to make a difference to someone running a $1.5 million nonprofit delivering showers and laundry services to the homeless.
CNN has recognized Blake Rockwell, who created a project in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program to allow sick children VIP access to high profile sporting events.
A new foundation is launching a monthly event to empower special needs artists from New York.
One woman has created a school program which teaches kids life lessons and allows them sell products on ebay to contribute to others.
More than 100 free makeovers are going to woman impacted by domestic violence.
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.
A new project is teaching parents and teachers about the educational options for disabled children in Mumbai.
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 […]
To get to congenital heart disease in children in time, this heart surgeon operates on about 100 young people a year for free.
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’.
A new program is setting out to give women greater opportunities in the workplace in India via legislation affecting maternity leave.
A project created in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program is providing key health information and sex education to Indian teens.
Two minutes of brushing is happens every day in Brayton Elementary School.
‘Pedal for Joy’ has bicycle riding making a difference in every area of life.
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.
WGN television in Chicago took note of one woman’s efforts to have prom dresses available to young woman at an affordable price.
An unforgettable event for seniors could become a worldwide celebration.
‘Meal with a Smile’ has been feeding those in need in friendly fashion for the last year and a half.
Vasundhara Talware created a foundation to empower schools so as to dramatically improve the education of underprivileged students.
A new NGO has held 17 sports events for disabled people so far.
A Landmark Forum graduate brought community leaders together to discuss how to bring people together and end systemic racism in Indiana.
A home for teen mothers faced thousands of dollars in repair expenses. One Landmark graduate took on making a difference everywhere he could.
A chef’s project in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program in Perth, Australia, is increasing access to delicious, healthy meals for those in need.
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.
Beauty Bites Beast takes on that misguided set of beliefs and flips them on their head, not only with Mexican factory workers but with Kenyan “grannies,” university students, housewives and executives from all over the world.
Special Spectators, an organization dedicated to giving sick children a chance to attend sports events and meet the players, created by Landmark Forum graduate Blake Rockwell in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program, is in the running for a Gatorade sports prize.
A Landmark seminar leader has written a new book on her mother’s death from ovarian cancer, and the personal transformation that emerged out of it.
One enterprising Landmark Forum graduate has created a series of workshops where women experiencing hair loss get to create their own hats.