One enterprising Landmark Forum graduate has created a series of workshops where women experiencing hair loss get to create their own hats.
Adam Hammes is doing more than standing for sustainability – he is empowering others to make a difference in the face of stress and resignation.
Special Spectators, which connects serious ill children with top athletes and events, is expanding its reach with a new crowdsourcing campaign.
When AJ Richards returned from his tour of duty in Iraq in 2006 he felt a loss of purpose.
After a decades long journey, a film about empowering women in the face of countless obstacles, is coming to Jerusalem.
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.
One Landmark graduate stepped forward to provide refurbished laptops to help at-risk youths get jobs.
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.
Inspired by the difference his sister Pam Djigounian makes as a teacher, Jeff Gamble grew an internship program at the hospital he worked at that has both saved the hospital lots of money and improved its service, and made an extraordinary difference in preparing underprivileged young people for the future.
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.
An education campaign to prevent sexual abuse is one women’s project in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
A team at a Vancouver area logistics company gives advice on how to make tasty, affordable meals.
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.
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.
Starting with one tweet, #Foodiechats has become a Monday phenomenon, reaching millions of food lovers worldwide.
A group of Landmark graduates has created a school in Nepal that has served as a key shelter after the recent earthquakes.
How one man turned a parent’s worst nightmare into a stand for love, peace and forgiveness.
Inspired by participating in Landmark programs, Sunil S. Wagh has, along with his friends and family, created two remarkable initiatives to impact the lives of child laborers and orphans in rural India. Started in June 2013, the SANTI Child Care […]
Landmark Forum graduate Mathew Shurka has become a compassionate leader in the movement to outlaw gay conversion therapy.
Sara Safari climbs the world’s tallest mountains to raise money for Empower Nepali Girls, a group providing an education for the poorest Nepali girls and keeping them out of the sex trade.
A Landmark graduate is helping people without homes with a city-wide shoe drive.
In the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program, one man invented an anti-bullying program which is taking off across California.
A June Huffington Post article told the story of Mathew Shurka who was made to participate in controversial gay conversion therapy as an adolescent. Mathew recently participated in the “It Gets Better Project” on YouTube. A video campaign targeted at GLBT […]
A Landmark graduate who was once homeless himself has created a program to help homeless people by letting them sell CDs by famous artists – now he’s seeking to take the program nationwide.
One Landmark graduate has made an enormous impact in reducing euthanasia of animals in Kentucky and other states.