Landscape Development, Inc is a strong member of the community especially in the areas we have office locations in. We pride ourselves on giving back and it shows. From a company point of view, we are highly involved in many local opportunities to work with those who benefit most from a safe and beautified place to live.
We wanted to take this opportunity to list some of the ways LDI has given back to the Santa Clarita Valley and Los Angeles area, from working alongside individuals and corporations on the redevelopment of communities to supporting the people that live in them.
Jordan Downs and Canon Constructors: Through Canon Constructors’ local hire program LDI was able to hire and train community members in Watts to work on the Landscape Construction for the Jordan Downs development.
Median Donation on Commerce: Landscape Development donated Design, Construction, and Maintenance for the medians on Commerce Drive in Valencia.
Bridge to Home SCV: Bridge to Home provides support services – including an emergency winter shelter, case management, housing navigation, and medical clinics – that help individuals and families in the Santa Clarita Valley transition out of homelessness.
National Core: National Community Renaissance, also known as National CORE, is a U.S. non-profit community builder specializing in affordable, multifamily, mixed-income, senior, workforce, and special needs housing. Based in Rancho Cucamonga, California
College of the Canyons. Landscape Development gives back to its local community college by buying laptops for students in need.
Henry Mayo Hospital. Gary and Carrie Horton are on the Board at Henry Mayo and have donated nursing stations to the hospital.
Triumph Foundation: Their mission is to help children, adults, and Veterans with spinal cord injury/disorder triumph over their disability and to inspire them
TSA projects: TSA projects aim to reduce crime levels by supporting those marginalized to reach their full potential.
Step Up on Vine and Colorado -homeless rehabilitation: Offers permanent supportive housing which leads to stability, inclusion, and recovery.
Home Aid: is a leading national non-profit provider of housing for today’s homeless.
Habitat for Humanities Los Angeles: Habitat works toward building a vision of strength, stability, and self-reliance in partnership with families in need of decent and affordable housing.
Gary and Carrie Horton are generous community philanthropists, and Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is especially grateful for their ongoing commitment. Their investment in our independent hospital has allowed us to expand our emergency room, build a new Patient Tower and improve many patient care programs. They even sponsored a very special event during Hospital Week to show their great appreciation to our team of healthcare workers! The Horton’s take their responsibility as community corporate leaders very seriously, and in doing so, have inspired many others. Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is thankful for their support. ~Marlee Lauffer
Foundation President | Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Foundation