Consultants Resource Bank

Heather Totty

242 Hall Road
Barrington, NH 03825
Phone: 603-860-8734

I am a development professional with twenty years of experience helping nonprofit organizations identify and secure crutial funding. I provide prospect research and analysis, grant writing, and project management to a diversity of clients including Community Development Corporations (CDCs), Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), cultural organizations, and healthcare nonprofits. I have written dozens of winning grant proposals securing:

  • Over $1.5 million in private and corporate foundation grants,
  • $2 million in federal (CDFI) grants,
  • More than $200,000 in Massachusetts tax credits.

I work with nonprofit leaders to develop fundraising strategies. 

I write and edit marketing materials, including website and annual report content. 

Specialties: Communications/Marketing, Fundraising/Fund Development, Fundraising - Events Planning, Grant Writing, Organizational Planning/Development

References

Center For Life Management
Vic Topo - President/CEO
10 Tsienneto Rd.
Derry , NH 03038
(617) 338-0411 x222

I worked on a contract basis for CLM for one year providing prospect research and analysis, grant writing, and project management. I won some critical funding for the CLM, including for the organization's Veterans program. 

Independent Community Development Consultant
Alice Veenstra -
121 Morrill Road
Canterbury , NH 03224
603-783-4536

 

I have worked with Alice on CDFI applications since 2013. Alice brought me on to the Friedman Associates team:

Friedman Associates
Jason Friedman, Principal
1 Knollwood  Lane
Iowa City, IA 52245
319-341-3556

I have been an Associate at Friedman Associates for CDFI application projects since 2014. 

“Heather is a key player on our CDFI team. She is a stellar communicator and a trusted colleague.”         

- Jason Friedman, Friedman Associates

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