The Parenting After Loss project runs for 8 weeks during which people receive support to cope with the death of a loved one. The program is focused on the emotional and practical reactions that follow such a tragic event. Kenny Slaught believes that a family’s bond can become stronger once they learn the coping skills that the program provides.
Hoover Dam, a project covering some of the border between Arizona and Nevada, was built to provide its region with water and hydroelectric energy. The project uses the power from the Colorado River. Kenny Slaught, a Californian real estate , is aware of the impact that the structure has on residents’ access to water and power resources. Slaught goes on to talk about how the dam’s huge water capacity helped with turning some abandoned regions into fast growing economies, on his blog at KennySlaught.com.
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California based real estate Kenny Slaught fully supports the Hospice of Santa Barbara and its Parenting After Loss program. The Investec Real Estate Companies CEO focuses on the importance of social support for those who suffered losses, and talks about it on his blog at KennySlaught.com.
The yearly symposium enables artists, educators, donors, and local charity organizations to talk about the state of arts education in the region, but also meet members of the community. This helpful program is the starting base for other similar, more organized initiatives in the future. Kenny Slaught notes that other programs are also available, including grants to community programs that use Santa Barbara’s Bowl resources and outreach projects that focus on gathering instruments to donate to students in need. In addition, college students who are pursuing the performing arts are also provided funding. The organization also sponsors a children’s program at Cottage Hospital, and many in-school and after-school programs, that are designed for areas affected by the Santa Barbara Bowl concert season. The Notes for Notes program provides free lessons and instruments to students, and a large volunteer committee is in charge of the educational outreach projects.