An innovative support program allows aid for all kinds of people in need, and makes it easy for children to make a difference.
An entirely unique ‘vision quest’ connected the sighted with the visually impaired in adventurous tasks across Melbourne.
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.
A new film spotlights how Globetops, an organization created by Becky Morrison out of her Self-Expression and Program, is forever altering lives in the developing world by putting refurbished laptops into the hands of community leaders.
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.
A Landmark graduate invites people to share what they were told they couldn’t do, and what they’ve then been able to accomplish in their lives.
‘I Love My City’ has improved the lives of Indian citizens through a variety of innovative initiatives.
This video about strangers simply being with each other has gone viral on Youtube.
A simple block party grows into an enormous community wide event.
A Landmark graduate is helping people without homes with a city-wide shoe drive.
Globetops is an innovative organization that gets refurbished laptops into the hands of community leaders in the developing world.
In the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program, one man invented an anti-bullying program which is taking off across California.
A viral campaign connects strangers by encouraging them to say hello to each other.
Michelle Dickinson-Moravek always had a commitment to making a difference for young people, so when the time came to choose a project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, it wasn’t hard for her to choose a direction. Her project, ‘Perfect […]
‘Spread Love Like Butter’ raised awareness of mental health issues and raised almost $10,000 for a Toronto mental health center.
What could be more fun than a musical ghost story film? Read more about Vinnie Hogan’s project from his Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Here’s a unique project – a combination roller skating event, house music party, and wellness seminar.
People write letters to their younger (or older) selves at www.letterstomy25yearoldself.com.
Anthony Smith’s project in the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program was a mural that celebrated Newark’s musical history while supporting a thriving community.