A Landmark graduate is helping people without homes with a city-wide shoe drive.
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.
The Splash Mob 5k isn’t like any other fundraiser run – in this one, participants are bombarded with water balloons. This fun event, which started three years ago as a project created from the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program, is raising $50,000 this year for a school for homeless kids in Arizona.
A kids concert in San Diego being held this Saturday is funding a new music program at the Monarch School for homeless children.
Michael Johnson created a program wherein he and his son and his friends would give burritos and other items to the homeless in San Diego, and through taking the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program, he grew the project and made it a model for other like projects around the world.
Lauren Giblin’s project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program brought Christmas to the homeless in London. Her original plan was to have 150 shoeboxes full of gifts delivered to five participating shelters in time for the holiday. Generous donations from employees at Giblin’s company, Freshfields, helped fill the 150 boxes. However, an additional 100 boxes […]