Kenny Slaught says that children may feel like their lives are forever changed after experiencing the death of a family member. In order to process their feelings, the I Have a Friend program was started. The program connects the grieving child with a mentor who went through the same loss at a similar age. The volunteer and child become close, which helps the kid heal by being provided sympathy and understanding. Often, the friendship that forms lasts through the years as the child continues to heal.
In 2015, the Girls Rock Santa Barbara program was sponsored by the Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation. Kenny Slaught recognizes that music is a way of empowering young girls and make them more confident, which is the project’s main purpose. While being part of it, the girls take music lessons, perform live, attend workshops and challenge gender roles while supporting each other. This way, Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation’s mission of making music and art easily accessible is accomplished.
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Property investor Kenny Slaught recognizes the importance of the historical trends in Santa Barbara’s current architecture industry. Slaught says that Santa Barbara features mostly Spanish inspired buildings, and talks about the history of infrastructure upsurge in the city. On his blog at KennySlaught.com, he talks about the trends changing as a result of the government leveling out uncontrolled housing growth over the past century.
Among the new technologies increasing popularity within individuals and industries, real estate Kenny Slaught acknowledges the impact of innovations in real estate. Slaught explains that modern technologies propelled the US property market into a new age, resulting in a more profitable business. He goes on to highlight their role in the housing industry on his blog at KennySlaught.com.