All the latest news on funding
Groundwork Greater Nottingham are looking to recruit, equip and fund a small number of grass roots voluntary and community sector organisations who are based within Nottingham City wards and facing some of the most acute youth unemployment issues.
Grants for sensory, soft play and outdoor play equipment are available to schools, clubs and other organisations that support young people (under 25 years) with a physical and/or learning disability.
The Triangle Trust 1949 Fund has a grant scheme for organisations that are working to support unpaid carers.
Nottingham CityCare Partnership is looking for an organisation with the right approach, experience and expertise to provide a new and innovative Family Mentor service as a core element of the ‘A Better Start’ Small Steps Big Changes (SSBC) partnership programme in Nottingham.
The Danielle Beccan Memorial Fund is looking to fund voluntary groups that support children and young people up to the age of 25 in Nottingham.
Heritage Lottery Fund has a grant programme for new organisations that look after heritage or engage people with it.
The Health and Social Care Volunteering Fund have announced the next registration and application deadlines, which will award grants for projects starting in September 2015.
Castle Cavendish is providing community cohesion grants of between £200 and £3,000 for groups operating in Area 4 (Arboretum, Radford & Park, Dunkirk & Lenton).
The Hilden Charitable Trust is now accepting applications for its summer playscheme grants.
BBC Children in Need's main grants programme is open to charities and not for profit organisations applying for grants over £10,000 a year for up to three years.
Persimmon Community Champions plan to give up to £750,000 towards community initiatives through their 12 month match funding programme.
The Tudor Trust makes grants, and provides other types of support, to voluntary and community groups.
The Aviva Community Fund is offering community organisations the chance to win up to £25,000 worth of funding.
Castle Cavendish is a charity which supports the vibrant communities 'Area Four' of Nottingham - and they are offering grants to help community and voluntary sector groups deliver summer activities that will contribute towards improving the quality of life in Area Four.
Funding is available from the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust to support projects aimed at promoting racial justice and equality of opportunity as a basis for a harmonious multi-racial, multi-ethnic society in the UK.
The Henry Smith Charity offers grants towards holidays or outings within the UK for children aged 13 and under who are experiencing disadvantage or who have a disability.
One-off grants are available from the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) to voluntary sector organisations for local community engagement projects that empower women and increase their confidence to challenge abuse including child sexual abuse.
If your organisation works with families in crisis but cannot help them financially, Buttle UK may be able to help.
The Near Neighbours programme has opened its small grants fund, offering financial support to gather local people to make a positive and lasting impact in their communities.
The East Midlands Airport Community Fund is offering grants of up to £2,000 for projects in selected Nottingham city postcodes.
Groundwork Greater Nottingham has opened up the application process for the Area Based Grants for 2015/16.
The Association for Industrial Archaeology Restoration Grants have funding available for the restoration of architecturally, and/or archaeologically important buildings or structures within the UK.
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) are holding a briefing event at Nottingham CVS offer information to any BME groups who might be interested in applying for funding from them.
The Lloyds Banking Group have launched a new funding scheme that aims to provide comprehensive assistance to social entrepreneurs who want to start a new project or boost an existing project that will have a social impact.
Registered charities working with people experiencing social deprivation can apply for one-off grants from the Magdalen Hospital Trust.
The Forbes Charitable Trust has funding available to registered charities who support people with learning disabilities.
The Weavers Company Benevolent Fund provides funding for projects that help either disadvantaged young people or offenders and ex-offenders aged under 30.
Grants are available from Sport England for community projects that aim to increase regular and sustained participation in sport by people aged 14 and above who do not currently participate in at least 30 minutes of exercise per week.
Nottingham CityCare Partnership have announced details of an information event that they are holding for organisations interested in tendering for their new family mentor service in Aspley and Bulwell.
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is offering funding for schemes that aim to provide affordable housing for older people and adults with disabilities or mental health problems.
The landfill operator WREN is offering funding to community and voluntary organisations as part of their community fund.
The Nottingham Building Society are offering small grants to help local charitable groups as part of their 'Doing Good Together' grant scheme.
To celebrate and mark International Women’s Day on Sunday 8 March, Sport Nottinghamshire have opened up a four-week application round for additional 'Sportivate' funding - and are inviting applications from female sports projects taking place within Nottinghamshire.
The Department of Health have funding available to community and voluntary organisations as part of their Health Innovation, Excellence and Strategic Development Fund.
The Arts Council have funding available for projects that either deepen understanding of the impact of arts, or promote greater collaboration between the arts and cultural sector and research partners.
Grants are available from the Home Office for registered charities and community groups that provide services to victims of sexual abuse.
Nottingham City Council and Nottinghamshire County Council are working together to find suitable organisation to deliver a service offering sexual health promotion, contraception, and testing and treatment for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs).
Nottingham City Council have £30,000 in funding available for an organisation to deliver a 12-month 'Community Navigators' scheme in the Bulwell area of Nottingham.
Nottingham CityCare Partnership have announced that they are expecting soon to invite organisations to tender for a new family mentors service.
The Allen Lane Foundation offer funding to organisations who make a lasting contribution to people's lives by helping to reduce isolation, stigma, and discrimination.
The Imagine Foundation have funding available for projects that are particularly focused on building communities and empowering local people to reach their potential.
The True Colours Trust provides grants for projects that provide help for disabled children and their families.
Barchester's Healthcare Foundation have funding available to community and voluntary organisations - with their current priorities being to help older people in communities to improve mobility, independence and quality of life.
Nottingham City Council have released a new tender for a service to help older people - and have also issued a reminder that time is running out to apply for grants for as part of another funding programme they are running.
Affinity Sutton is a national housing association with many properties in Nottingham - and they are offers grants of £1,000 to £5,000 to charities and community groups to deliver positive initiatives that benefit their residents.
BBC Children in Need have opened their winter funding round for both their small and main grants programmes.
Red Nose Day Community Cash grants of £500-£1,000 are available to small organisations who support local people living tough lives.
Grants of up to £5,000 are available to registered charities from the Kelly Family Charitable Trust.
The Kids Fund is a grant scheme administered by the Field Studies Council, and it supports charitable organisations undertaking projects involving education about the environment for disadvantaged young people.
The Bailey Thomas Charitable Fund has grants available to voluntary organisations for research into learning disability, or to assist with the care and relief of those affected by learning disability.