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How to Craft Effective Project Goals and Conduct Effective Grant Research

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This Business Seminar will cover how to set good goals, write SMART objective statements, and extract the best grant research keywords.

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Are you struggling to write a compelling objective for your project? Not sure how to translate your objective to identify the right grant opportunities to pursue?

In this 90-minute webinar, the Instrumentl team will dig into how to set good goals vs. bad goals, write SMART objective statements, and extract the best grant research keywords from the goals and objectives you write.

This is an ideal session for beginner and intermediate grant writers and development teams looking to bolster their grant strategy. Examples from the audience will be used to help in applying the lessons taught.

Instrumentl helps nonprofits and grant writers go from using tons of tools to just one tool for their discovery, tracking and management of grants, so that they can win more grants and save time. With Instrumentl, you get personalized grant recommendations specific to your projects, reminders for upcoming deadlines and the ability to conduct all your research in one place.

Key Takeaways: 

  • Identify how to write good and bad goals.
  • Extract grant research keywords from your goals
  • Create better objectives using the SMART Objective Formula
  • Understand how Instrumentl saves you time and money in identifying the right opportunities for your programs

This seminar will be presented by Will Yang of Instrumentl.

Participants who complete the post-session evaluation can receive a PDF copy of the presentation.

Area of Excellence: Fundraising & Resource Development, and Technology & Data Use.

Not sure if your organization is a member? Check out our member directory. If your organization is not a current member of Nonprofit New York, visit our website for more information on joining.

Please Note: This meeting is open to staff and board members of current Nonprofit New York member organizations and non-member organizations. Organizations may send more than one individual to participate, HOWEVER if the event sells out registration may be limited to ONE person per organization due to space constraints.

If your organization is not a current member of Nonprofit New York, visit our website for more information on joining.

Refund policy: Registrants who cancel their registration on or before 1 week will receive a full refund. Those who cancel on or before DAY PRIOR will receive a 50% refund. No refund will be made for cancellations made on or after DAY OF. All cancellations must be submitted in writing.

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Nonprofit New York (formerly NPCC) exists to strengthen and unite New York’s nonprofits. We’re building a thriving community of extraordinary nonprofits — a relentless, collective force for good. With nearly 1,600 member organizations, we’ve been building a powerful nonprofit community in New York for 35 years, driven by the belief that when one nonprofit is stronger, all of us are stronger. Nonprofit New York is a 501(c)3 nonprofit membership organization based in Manhattan. Visit www.nonprofitnewyork.org for more information.  

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