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Pursue or Pass: 5 Steps to Confidently Evaluate if You Should Apply for That Grant

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Note: This event is best suited for Instrumentl prospects.

Are you tired of spending countless hours on grant applications, only to end up with disappointing results? Are you unsure whether it's worth your time and effort to apply for a specific grant opportunity? If so, then this webinar is for you!

Join us for an eye-opening session, where we dive deep into the world of grant evaluation. In "Pursue or Pass: 5 Steps to Confidently Evaluate if You Should Apply for That Grant," we will equip you with the essential tools and knowledge to make informed decisions about grant applications.

Who is this webinar for?

Whether you're a seasoned grant writer or a nonprofit professional looking to secure funding for your project, this webinar will provide you with the essential tools and knowledge to confidently evaluate grant opportunities.

If you're tired of wasting time and resources on unsuccessful applications or unsure about whether a particular grant is worth pursuing, this webinar is definitely for you.

You can ask questions live during the event or you can submit them beforehand through this form.

What will I learn in this 1-hour webinar?

The Instrumentl team will share 5 steps to confidently evaluate a grant opportunity by using a systematic approach and effective research techniques. More precisely, you will:

  • Discover a step-by-step process to confidently evaluate whether a grant opportunity is worth pursuing or passing on

  • Learn how to conduct thorough research on grant opportunities to gather key information for evaluation

  • Understand how to assess the alignment between a grant opportunity and your organization's mission and objectives

  • Gain insights into evaluating the feasibility and potential impact of a grant on your project or organization

  • Receive practical advice and a scoring framework that will help you make well-informed decisions and avoid wasting time and resources on inappropriate grants

What is Instrumentl?

Instrumentl is the all-in-one grants platform for bringing grant prospecting, tracking, and management to one place. Instrumentl helps over 2500+ nonprofits save time in finding and applying for more grants, with customers increasing their grant application output by 1.5x after a year of using the software while saving 3 hrs/week per team member.

Can I sign up for Instrumentl to check it out before the webinar?

Sure thing! Feel free to sign up for a free 14-day trial and play around with the platform. No credit card is required.

NOTE: Bear in mind that Instrumentl helps US-based 501c3s with at least a 90K operating budget, or consultants supporting such clients. If you are based internationally, you must have a US-affiliated chapter and 501c3 status to find this workshop helpful.

Who is hosting the webinar?

Dionna Arimes, Partnership Marketing Manager at Instrumentl & Mia Comic, Demand Gen Lead at Instrumentl will be your hosts.


Dionna Arimes leads partnerships at Instrumentl. She can often be found hosting Instrumentl's bi-weekly partner workshops which feature top thought leaders in the grant writing space. Hundreds of grant professionals tune in to these events to learn openly and collaborate with one another. These workshops featuring many of the few Grant Professional Association Approved Trainers and Amazon Best Selling educators allow Dionna to share a deep understanding of some of the many challenges nonprofits seeking grants face.


​Mia Comic leads the demand gen team at Instrumentl. She spends the bulk of her time talking to nonprofits and grant consultants to better understand their everyday challenges and uses this valuable feedback to create educational content and communicate with the core product team.  Mia has a nonprofit background herself. She was an organizational member of TEDxNoviSad, the officially licensed TED-like local event, and she founded her own nonprofit in 2015, focusing on cultural tourism and preserving cultural heritage.  

Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to learn more about 5 actionable steps for evaluating potential funders! Scroll back up and register for the event. Excited to have you as our guest.