Property investor and Founder of Investec Real Estate Companies, Kenny Slaught has formerly served on the board of the Santa Barbara Hospice Foundation, and is a committed supported of Hospice of Santa Barbara. The avid philanthropist recently wrote of his enthusiastic approval of the organization’s ‘I Have a Friend Program’ on his blog at KennySlaught.com.
Diverse professional growth opportunities and skill development programs, premeditated for those who aren’t following college credits but instead learning something new, are offered by Santa Barbara City College, as mentioned by Kenny Slaught, a brilliant property investor and businessperson, on his blog at KennySlaught.com. The community of Santa Barbara provides its residents with many career progression and talent development scenarios are valid in the present world. Having shown before the many ways the community works together and puts together programs that are an aid to all of those who call Santa Barbara their home, Kenny Slaught deliberated the many programs available to those who have curiosity, such as Computer Network Engineering, Culinary Arts and Hotel Management, Environmental Horticulture, Graphic Design, etc.
Going back nearly a century, famous architect George Washington Smith kicked off the California movement of Spanish Colonial revival. Smith was an individual who dropped out of Harvard to eventually work as a bond trader. After becoming a successful businessman, he moved to Santa Barbara to find a relaxing lifestyle and planning to work on his painting habits. But he was surprised when he learned that the city was fascinated by the house he had designed, urging him to continue crafting architectural works for many Californians. He imported authentic materials from Spain covering new and old world styles. Today Smith’s structures are much appreciated and enjoyed for their structural beauty and complex design, and he is remembered as a founding father of Santa Barbara. Many generations of architects have followed his artistic lead, and Kenny Slaught appreciates the sharp eye and attention to detail one must possess to craft structures of such renown.
Kenny Slaught explains that Hospice of Santa Barbara provides a compassionate care services both to individuals facing terminal and chronic illness, as well as their loved ones. Many of the programs at the organization are directed at the needs of children as they struggle with the impending or recent death of a close family member. About 20 percent of children experience the passing of a loved one before they turn 18, and one in 20 children must face the loss of one or both parents during their childhood. Hospice of Santa Barbara provides individuals in these situations with free support programs to help them cope with grief to avoid or mediate depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).