All the latest news on funding
Nottingham City Council is looking for a provider to deliver a specialist children and young people's substance misuse service.
Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland Community Rehabilitation Company are seeking partners to work with them in bidding for the ‘National Offender Management Service Co-Financing Organisation’ contract for the East Midlands and potentially East of England.
Run in partnership with the King's Fund, the 2015 GSK IMPACT Awards provide funding and leadership training for health charities.
The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust have funding available to support projects aimed at promoting racial justice and equality.
Grants are available from the Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust for projects that support horticultural research and the creation, preservation and maintenance of public gardens.
The Law Society have grants available to registered charities for work related to the law in the UK - including projects that promote human rights and access to justice.
Nottingham City Council are currently tendering the services that form Nottingham city's alcohol pathway.
Communities and people most in need across England are being targeted as part of a £260 million funding programme called Building Better Opportunities - with some of the money coming to Nottingham and the surrounding area.
Nottingham Women’s Centre are offering small grants to support organisations working with women or LGBT communities who do not currently receive funding.
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service have grants available to groups as part of their 'On Fire' Fund - and the next deadline for applications is fast approaching.
Boots Charitable Trust offers funding to groups whose work benefits people living in Nottinghamshire
Grants are available from the Department of Energy and Climate Change for organisations to deliver outreach programmes to vulnerable people to help them reduce their energy costs and consumption.
The Lord's Taverners have grants available for organisations that support young people aged under 25 years who have a physical and/or learning disability - although time in running out to make applications.
Landfill operator WREN has two grant schemes for groups in Nottinghamshire - and the next deadline for applications is Wednesday 6 August 2014.
Nottingham City Council are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified organisations to deliver two family learning programmes.
The Jones Trust Community Fund aims to support people in Nottingham and the wider county by making grants to community and voluntary groups who work to improve their communities.
The People’s Postcode Trust supports small organisations and community groups through grants ranging from £500 - £20,000.
Select postcodes in Nottingham are eligible to apply for grants of up to £2,000 per project from the East Midlands Airport (EMA) Community Fund.
Grants are available from the Marc Fitch Fund for organisations in the UK for research and publications whose primary focus is on regional and local history within the British Isles.
The Central Locality Voluntary and Community Organisations Forum have announced details of a funder ‘speed dating’ event, with round table information sessions, plus networking time with the funders.
The Golsoncott Foundation supports projects that involve the promotion of music.
Grants are available from the Ironmonger's Company for registered charities that provide opportunities for disadvantaged children and young people (under the age of 25) to fulfil their potential.
Grants are available from the Anchor Foundation to UK-registered Christian charities for projects that encourage social inclusion through ministries of healing and the arts.
Skipton Grassroots Giving is a funding scheme run by Skipton Building Society, and it is now taking applications from small groups and organisations that aren't registered charities.
The Hilton in the Community Foundation is offering funding to projects that focus on young people through health and education.
The Freemasons' Grand Charity are currently taking applications for the their Hospice Grants programme.
Grants are available to UK registered charities from the Screwfix Foundation for projects that fix, repair, maintain and improve properties and community facilities for those in need across the UK.
The Jessie Spencer Fund supports people in Nottingham by making grants to community and voluntary groups who work to improve their communities.
The Greggs Foundation supports small locally based organisations that make a difference in their communities.
Opportunity Nottingham are looking to appoint someone to undertake a brief piece of scoping research.
O2 Think Big is a programme that supports young people undertake social action and do good in the community. - by giving young people support and providing them with £300 to turn the idea they have into reality!
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.
If you are a community organisation or voluntary group working within the Bestwood Ward in Nottingham, then the Bestwood Ward Community Panel have a £16,500 funding pot available this year.
Grants are available from the Edge Foundation to support innovation and development within technical, practical, and vocational learning.
Funding is available from Alcohol Research UK for research projects, pilot studies and conferences.
The Elephant Trust awards grants to artists, small organisations and galleries to make it possible for artists to undertake and complete projects when there is a lack of funding available.
Grants are available from the Together in Service Fund for new multi-faith social action projects at a local level.
The Nuffield Foundation has grants available for research projects or innovations that meet their trustees' wider interests.
The Dunhill Medical Trust funds the care of older people, including rehabilitation and palliative care; and research into the causes and treatments of disease, disability and frailty related to ageing.
The Noel Buxton Trust has two grant programmes - family grants (domestic violence) and penal grants.
The John Warren Foundation offers grants to charitable organisations working in Nottinghamshire.
The Star Trust was set up to assist small local charities and offer support from business professionals.
The Heritage Lottery Fund's start-up grant programme is for individuals thinking about creating a new organisation to engage people with heritage.
The Percy Bilton Charity has a grant scheme open to UK registered charities for capital funding.
Funding is available from the Church Urban Fund to enable churches and Christian organisations working in deprived communities to undertake new or expanding initiatives which directly address the effects of poverty.
If your organisation works with disabled people but cannot help with their equipment needs, you may be able to find support from the Disability Grants website.
The Charles Hayward Foundation supports preventative and early intervention programmes which allow older people to stay in their own homes and remain independent.
Smarter Travel Nottingham, a project ran by Sustrans, is delivering a Community Travel Grant scheme to reward local community groups for making use of sustainable transport options.
The Asda Foundation supports charities and local good causes through its grant programme.
The ACT Foundation provides grants to individuals and registered charities with the aim of enhancing the quality of life of people in need.