All the latest news on funding
Nottingham City Council have announced that they are tendering for a range of support services for the city’s community and voluntary sector.
The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation offer funding to groups for both capital and running costs.
The Happy Days Children's Charity provide funding to groups who work with disadvantaged children and young people aged three to 17.
The Pilgrim Trust are taking applications as part of their Social Welfare Programme.
The People’s Health Trust are an independent charity who provide funding to local groups who have great ideas to improve their local community - and they have just launched a new funding programme for the east midlands called Active Communities.
Small grants are available through NottsWatch to help volunteers set up new Neighbourhood Watch schemes - or enhance the effectiveness of existing ones.
The Forman Hardy Charitable Trust provides grants for voluntary and community groups in Nottingham city and across the wider county.
LankellyChase Foundation are offering funding to organisations that can present them with new radical ideas to improve lives of people facing severe and multiple disadvantage.
Funding is available from English Heritage for urgent repairs required in the next two years on historic buildings and monuments.
The Cabinet Office Centre for Social Action and Hospice UK have launched a new fund to support projects that engage volunteers in social action to improve the experiences of people at the end of life and their families.
The Arts Council England are now accepting applications for funding from museums as part of their Museum Resilience Fund 2015 - 2018.
Applications are now being taken by Sport England for funding for the renovation and modernisation of local sports facilities.
The Triangle Trust 1949 Fund has a grant scheme for organisations that are working to support the rehabilitation of offenders or ex-offenders.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is offering funding to community and voluntary organisations to provide advice and support to customers who need extra help understanding and complying with their tax obligations.
The Nuffield Foundation has funding available for research projects or innovations as part of its 'Open Door' grants scheme.
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 Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust awards grants to registered charities - and are currently providing funding to projects that focus on music and the arts and elderly people.
The Forbes Charitable Trust has funding available to registered charities who support people with learning disabilities.
The landfill operator WREN have a main and small grants scheme available to groups in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.
Grants are available from the Carers Social Action Support Fund for projects that support unpaid, family carers who are caring for individuals aged 18 years and over.
The Nominet Trust run a programme called the Social Tech Seed – which supports entrepreneurs who focus their talent on tackling social issues including education, employability and healthcare.
Funding is available from Macmillan for both new and established cancer self-help and support groups.
Grants are available from the Concertina Charitable Trust for charitable organisations to improve the quality of life of elderly members of society.
The Mars Milk Play Fund is currently donating cash awards to sports clubs in need of extra funding - to pay for anything from new kit to travel costs to competition entry fees.
Art Fund is the national fundraising charity for art - and they have funding available to help galleries, libraries and museums to acquire pieces of artwork for their collections.
The second phase of Nottingham City Council's 'Greener Nottingham Community Grants' scheme has been launched - with groups able to apply for grants of up to £1000, with the potential too for further future funding
Nottingham City Council are looking for an organisation that can deliver childcare to eligible two-year-olds in St Ann's and Bestwood.
Santander's Community Plus scheme offers grants of up to £5,000 to small local charities or local projects of national charities - with funding available to cover salaries, equipment or materials.
Porticus UK has funding available for established UK registered charities - and welcome applications focused around any of their four priority areas of education, society, faith, and care
Up to £1,000 is available from the Canoe Foundation for projects that support or promote paddlesport activities with a specific focus on young people and/or people with disabilities.
The Heritage Enterprise Programme supports enterprising community organisations to rescue neglected historic building and sites to unlock their economic potential.
Small grants are available from Cash 4 Clubs for sports clubs who want to improve their facilities, buy new kit and equipment, and increase sporting opportunities.
Capital grant funding for building projects is available from LandAid for charities that work to improve the lives of children and/or young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
The Hilton in the Community Foundation supports projects that focus on young people through health and education.
Boots Charitable Trust offers funding to groups whose work benefits people living in Nottinghamshire.
East Midlands European Social Fund have opened a new funding round in their Community Learning and Skills Grants Programme.
The Church and Community Fund gives grants to community projects run by parish churches, deaneries, dioceses and other bodies connected to, or working in partnership with, the Church of England.
The PRS Foundation currently have two funding programmes open for applications.
Funding is available from the People’s Postcode Trust to give organisations the chance to deliver the project they have always dreamed of, but never had the opportunity to bring to life.
The Sharing Heritage programme offers grants to projects related to regional or national heritage in the UK – and for anyone who wants know more, we are actually holding an event at NCVS in October where you can find out more.
Details have been announced of a funding fair taking place in Bulwell on Saturday 18 October – where community and voluntary groups can meet representatives from grant-giving organisations.
Time is running out to apply for funding from Sportivate – a national funding programme that aims to engage young people in sporting activities.
The CLA Charitable Trust provides funding for projects that either help disabled people to enjoy the countryside, or which provide education in the countryside for disadvantaged children and young people.
Genetic Disorders UK are currently accepting applications from support groups and charities for grants ranging from £500 to £25,000.
The Wingate Foundation provide funding for charitable organisations active in the UK whose activities are concerned with either performing arts, music, or Jewish life and learning.
Grants are available from the Idlewild Trust for projects in the UK that encourage the performing arts or help to preserve buildings or items of historic interest.
Financial assistance is available from the Rosa charitable fund for groups to carry out projects that raise awareness of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in the UK.
Time is running out for charities to nominate themselves for the 2015 GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Awards - which aim to reward charities that are doing excellent work to improve people’s health.
Funding is available from the Torch Trust for sports volunteers who want to improve their skills as coaches or officials.
Funding is available from the Esmee Fairbairn Collections Fund to help galleries, libraries and museums to acquire pieces of artwork for their collections.