Celtic Heritage Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promote and preserve Celtic culture and heritage through connection, celebration, and resources made available on our website and event participation.
Today's Celtic Nations share an ancestry and history together that predates their geography and country location. These six nations are brought together as Celtic based on a form of Celtic Language that still exists in each of these nations to modern day. The Celts once covered much of Europe but with the rise of the Roman Empire they were pushed west. Luckily for the Celts, the Roman Empire collapsed before they could push the Celts out of Europe completely. Looking at a map, one can see clearly see the results.
Click on each nation to be taken to their webpage and resources.
A myriad of resources including Education Modules, videos/vignettes, recipes, games, and much more!
Celtic heritage has brought so much to the world. We strive to celebrate by bringing to light innovations, contributions, and fun facts.
Many amazing organizations are preserving Celtic heritage. We strive to connect people to these organzations and their events.
We currently have greeting cards and the Seanchaí Irish card game available for purchase.
To learn more, go to our products page.
Preserve Celtic Heritage
for Americans of Celtic descent.
Anne Tipper is the Founder of Celtic Heritage Foundation. She brings over thirty years of experience in both corporate business and non-profits and is committed to preserve Celtic heritage for the next generation.
Sue is an artist and educator. She has taught art at the college level and has extensive experience as a museum exhibit designer. She celebrates her heritage with Scottish dog ownership: collies and golden retrievers
Karen is the owner of Wyman & Wyman Financial Solutions and has significant nonprofit board experience as a participant and officer. She is passionate on education and showing the potential of learning.
Board Member at Large
Lauren is a college professor of biology and anatomy and an army veteran. She has a passion for educating her children on their family roots and taking an active role in preserving the legacy of Celtic Heritage.
Scott is an IT project manager and Army officer veteran. He enjoys collaborating with his son celebrating Celtic heritage and gets energized by outdoor activities including running, hiking, and backpacking.
The world is rich in diversity of culture.
In the United States, there is a meeting of many cultures and the ones people came from can be forgotten over generations.
We strive to preserve Celtic heritage for American's of Celtic descent so they may be connected to the threads of their past, present, and future.
We are located in Washington State
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Ireland - Cliffs of Moher: Sue Malone
Scotland - Isle of Skye: Jens Ickler
Brittany - Pointe de Pen-Hir: Liubomir Paut-Fluerasu
Wales - Ynys Llanddwyn island: Helen Hotson
Cornwall - Porthcurno: Antonio Marturano
Isle of Man - Calf Sound: Parinya Suwanitch
Ireland - Bishops Walk Rock of Cashel: Sue Malone
Ireland - Cross with flowers: Sue Malone