Roxanne Reid, President of Hestia Marketing Group, has been involved with World Housing since it’s inception and launch in 2013. Her relationship with the Founders of World Housing, Peter Dupuis and Sid Landolt, goes back almost a quarter-century.
“Through my work with S&P Real Estate, I have had the opportunity to work on the most incredible and iconic real estate projects all over the world. Through their mentorship, I was fortunate to receive the very best training available in the real estate industry. I was also able to be a part of the first World Housing community built in Cambodia. Very few are lucky enough to participate in such amazing career-building and diverse life experiences. I am so thankful and excited for the opportunity to give back through my training course.”
As a single mother, the principal of Hestia Marketing Group Roxanne is very passionate about the new World Housing Girls 2 Grannies Village planned for construction in Cambodia in 2020. So much so that she has committed to contributing from her newly launched online real estate training program. Hestia Marketing Group will be making a donation for every Project Marketing 101 Course that is purchased and taken. Through these donations, all who participate in the course will also share their gift of providing homes in the Girls 2 Grannies Village.
“By giving back to World Housing, I am able to honour the privilege these experiences have provided me. I am excited to share this joy with all Hestia’s clients and colleagues ” — Roxanne Reid
A World Housing Home means access to education.
Girls & women have a safe place to live.
World Housing Villages have gardens to grow food.
World Housing provides hope for a new life.
The homes World Housing provides ensure safety and security, access to education and health care, proper sanitation and the basic needs to live beyond survival mode. Our hope is that all women around the world know their true value, have access to resources they need to remove themselves from dangerous situations and enjoy a secure foundation in order to dream big.
World Housing believes that homelessness is critical for building a foundation for a whole and healthy life. By providing structure, safety, warmth, connection, and integration into a community, people are able to transform their lives and end the cycle of poverty.
“A home means a lot of things to us. It means safety, security, comfort — it means belonging, it means perpetuity. A home should be a safe place to rest each day, and a launchpad to thrive..”
— Sid Landolt, Co-Founder World Housing.