Watch the ‘Creative Borrowing for Your COVID 19 Comeback’ Webinar Here

ArtsWA, in partnership with Oregon Arts Commission and the Idaho Comission on the Arts, hosted a webinar on June 10, 2020.

You can view the webinar video here.

This webinar provides information about how nonprofit organizations can use fully secured borrowing to help them through a financial crisis. Richard Linzer of Linzer Consulting gives an overview of this common financial tool. Irene Namkung, former board chair for Northwest Folklife Festival, and Stuart Weiser, former manager of the Eugene Symphony Orchestra, share how their organizations used fully-secured borrowing to manage their financial crises and ultimately become stronger, more resilient organizations.


“The Linzers are revolutionaries in the nonprofit financial world and leaders should take notice.”

Martha Perry, Associate Executive Director, McCune Foundation.

Information from the webinar, including handouts and a link to the video can be found below:

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