Real estate investor Kenny Slaught supports the programs provided by Hospice of Santa Barbara. The initiatives focus on healing those who struggled and teach them empathy and self-care. Slaught stands behind the Hospice of Santa Barbara’s Anticipatory Grief Services program, and highlights the importance of social support for individuals who experienced a loss. He recently talked about the programs on his blog at KennySlaught.com.
Right at the border of Arizona and Nevada is Hoover Dam, a project powered up by the Colorado River. The construction was designed to give water and hydroelectric energy to its area. Property investor Kenny Slaught recognizes how the communities power and water resources are positively impacted by the project. In his blog at KennySlaught.com, he explains how Hoover Dam turned ,any of the nation’s abandoned places into blooming cities.
Many of the programs offered by Hospice of Santa Barbara are targeted towards children faced with a loss, says Kenny Slaught. As 20 percent of children lose a loved one before turning 18 and one in 20 experiencing the loss of a parent before that age, the organization provides free moral support and assistance. This helps individuals avoid depression, anxiety or post traumatic stress disorder.
The Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation supported the Girls Rock Santa Barbara program back in 2015. Talking about how music has the power to shape young women’s personality, Kenny Slaught explains how the organization offers support to youngsters and allows them to unleash their creativity. While part of the initiative, girls take music lessons, give live performances and attend workshops. They are also encouraged to see beyond typical gender stereotypes, work as a team and be tolerant of each other. This emphasizes on Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation’s mission of making arts easily reachable by all.