Two Landmark graduates are launching a monthly sponsorship program through which American women donate a kit containing feminine hygiene products to a girl in the developing world even as they buy their own.
The executive director of Amnesty International Kenya shares about himself and how The Landmark Forum made a huge difference in dealing with the fallout of violence against his family.
À l’automne 2015, Chad Mielke a participé au programme d’Expression de Soi et de Leadership de Landmark et a créé le projet BrainChild. Mielke déclare que le programme lui a permis de trouver les conseils et la communauté nécessaires pour […]
Warm, high quality coats are going out to the homeless of Laurel, Maryland, as a result of the project Mike Mondy created in the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Dancer Suzzanne Ponomarenko and a committed team of individuals have been giving young people in developing countries a unique opportunity: the chance to learn the art of dance.
Le cours de leadership d’une durée de trois jours et demi à l'intention des dirigeants d'entreprise et d'autres dirigeants organisationnels est offert par le groupe Vanto du 12 au 15 juin à l'Université George Mason. La formation « Leadership: Inventing […]
For three years, a project created in the Self-Expression and Leadership program has brought companionship, gifts, and entertainment to rest home residents in New Zealand.
Paws for a Cause has made an unexpected difference – for pets, artists, and the project creator himself.
A recent project both funded a key program for low vision kids and brought a special gift to many of them.
Publicizing and advancing NAD therapy is Thomas Ingoglia’s project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Suzzanne Ponomarenko se passionne pour la danse. Après avoir participé au programme d’Expression de Soi et de Leadership du Landmark Forum avec Jon Rubinstein à New York, elle savait donc déjà que son projet communautaire serait en lien avec la […]
Former Landmark Forum Leader Jack Schropp passed away on Sunday, January 14th. He leaves behind an enormous legacy of contribution.
Writer Mindy Sullivan profiles the extraordinary life of Landmark graduate Richard Gaule.
The Landmark Forum was a key piece of one man’s journey from human trafficking survivor to a thriving human being making a difference for others.
Michael Schneider and Brian Orter turned their animal rescue dreams into a reality, using piloting skills to make a unique difference.
A reunion for Peace Corps volunteers who served in the country of Georgia was attended by the Peace Corps CEO, as well as the Georgian ambassador to the United States.
One woman used her own family challenges as inspiration to bring counseling to local schools.
As his project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, Kohei Iguchi held three free workshops to introduce people to a variety of herbal teas.
The efforts of two Landmark Forum graduates to ban plastic bags and styrofoam caught the attention of the Sunshine News Network.
David Cunningham talks about what we can do about about our strong tendency to complain.
A unique therapeutic DVD is aiding people suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia.
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.
Landmark has launched a new online Introduction to The Landmark Forum.
The V Dream project is bringing together parents and young people to have creative conversations about the future.
The Green Wheels project is boldly causing bicycle commuting in the heart of India.
A skateboard event in Phoenix allowed over a hundred young people access to a new or improved board.
Landmark Forum Graduate Project Sierra Leone Rising responds to Freetown Mudslides
A new foundation is launching a monthly event to empower special needs artists from New York.
It has been 20 years since the first Landmark Forum in South Africa. To date more than 7500 South Africans have participated in the Landmark Forum and a full curriculum of Landmark programs have been offered there. David Ure […]