What does Resilient Heritage do?

Resilient Heritage collaborates at the crossroads between and among arts, culture, and heritage. Working with museums, community organizations, philanthropy, and the governmental sector, Resilient Heritage builds value and relationships that in turn strengthen organizations to fulfill mission-critical work through organizational development, fundraising, and public engagement.

What types of organizations does Resilient Heritage serve? 

Resilient Heritage works with nonprofit organizations in the arts, culture, and heritage sectors including museums, museum associations, historical societies, historic preservation organizations, arts and culture centers, theaters, film centers, and dance companies. In addition, the firm can partner with governmental organizations in public meetings such as community charettes, planning processes, and presentations.

How can Resilient Heritage help me?

Resilient Heritage helps clients, collaborators and partners in many ways—from program assessment to organizational development, grant writing to event planning and fundraising, and public programming to broader public and audience engagement.

Anything else I should know? 

Resilient Heritage also works in the field of arts, culture, and heritage advocacy, supporting legislative efforts and initiatives through advocacy events and programs.

Read testimonials from past clients, HERE. For more information, please reach out to Daniel Ronan at:

[email protected] or (503) 449-2155.

Firm Values

Resilient Heritage embraces core values of respect, inclusiveness, authenticity, community, and integrity.