Scott McGillivray and Michael Sarracini, owners of Keyspire (formerly Lifetime Wealth Academy), began their relationship with Habitat for Humanity in 2009 when they were asked to train women for the Women’s Build project. “Stations representing various types of training required on a build site were set up in the Guelph ReStore,” recalls Michael, “and Scott and I not only helped get the ladies ready for the first Women’s Build project, but we also made a decision to support Habitat for Humanity in any way possible.”
From the builds to the galas, Scott and Michael have given up their time and talents over and over again to bring recognition and revenue to Habitat for Humanity WDG. Very quickly they realized that Habitat was the type of organization where they could have the biggest impact – harnessing and sharing their skills as renovators, real estate investors, public speakers and public figures. Keyspire recently made a $5,000 donation to help kick off Habitat for Humanity WDG’s 5 year Campaign to raise $2 million and build at least 25 more homes within the community. And as if that wasn’t enough, Keyspire Membership holders collectively donated an additional $1,200 toward our Campaign goal.
Keyspire is a very successful business with a focus on helping people improve their lifestyle through real estate investing. “We have identified the factors that brought us success in our real estate business,” says Sarracini, “and make that available for people who want to replicate what we’ve done.” Keyspire has built tools and technology for investors, trained a team of coaches to walk people through their investing system, and regularly hold live events across the country to keep people inspired, educated and moving toward their real estate goals. Keyspire will expand its reach outside of Canada this year to the U.S.
For more information about Keyspire, visit www.keyspire.com