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.

Organizational Development 

For organizations and initiatives in periods of transition, this offering includes including strategic or organizational plans; this offering encompasses broad data collection (including interviews and on-the-ground research), analysis, and typically features a summative report.

Fundraising (including tax credits)

For organizations and initiatives seeking specialized fundraising support, this offering includes grant writing, prospect communications, fundraising plans, and fundraising events. Tax credit consultation includes pairing community-oriented capital projects with investors to take advantage of various tax credit programs including Federal Historic Tax Credits, State Historic Tax Credits, New Markets Tax Credits, and others.

Public Engagement 

For organizations and initiatives interested in assistance with public programming, content (including research), program implementation and audience outreach, including highlighting the impact of public programs and events.

“Under the Hood”

In addition to Resilient Heritage’s core offerings, the firm also offers “under the hood” benefits including insurance from Hiscox featuring general liability and errors and omissions (E&O) policies. The firm also is a member of the Association of Consultants to Nonprofits, which supports common and respected practices for today’s nonprofit landscape in consulting, fundraising, and philanthropy.





Let’s get started! 

For more information, or to enquire about Resilient Heritage’s potential offerings not listed here, please reach out to Principal, Daniel Ronan, at [email protected] or (503) 449-2155.

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