All the latest news on funding
As part of its commitment to involve patients and the public in its work, NHS England has launched a small grants programme to enable groups to showcase their good practice around patient and public involvement in healthcare.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has established the new £10 million Covenant Fund to support the armed forces community through the Armed Forces Covenant.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has established the £25 million five-year Aged Veterans Fund.
Royal Bank of Scotland has created the £2.5 million Skills and Opportunities Fund to support organisations that help people in disadvantaged communities develop, create or access the skills and opportunities they need to help themselves.
The Paul Hamlyn Foundation (PHF) has opened applications for its Ideas and Pioneers Fund.
The Inter Faith Youth Trust will be awarding grants of up to £500 for organisations running events or projects connected with Inter Faith Week 2015.
Funding is available from the Scott Bader Commonwealth Global Charity Fund for registered charities.
You can still apply for the Comic Relief main grants programme, which will be open until 12 noon on 1 October before the charity's is revised ahead of 2016.
The BBC Children in Need Main Grants programme is open to charities and not-for-profit organisations applying for grants over £10,000 per year for up to three years.
The Dream Fund gives organisations the chance to deliver the project they have alwayy dreamed of, but never had the opportunity to bring to life.
The GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) IMPACT Awards are designed to recognise and reward charities working to improve people's health, and is managed in partnership with The King's Fund.
The Power to Change provides support to community businesses and social enterprises across the UK.
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service have grants of up to £150 available to groups looking to hold 'Full of Life' events during the week commencing Monday 28 September.
Right Track Social Enterprise (RTSE) is giving Nottingham based community entrepreneurs the opportunity to start or develop a social enterprise through this cash award scheme.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) has issued four new calls for proposals as part of the Poverty and Ethnicity Programme - which is entering its third phase.
This Small Grant Programme is part of the two year Nottingham City Council Communities of Identity funding stream to Nottingham Women’s Centre and partner organisations.
Organisations working with young people outside the formal education sector can apply to the youth strand of the Erasmus + programme.
Grants of between £50,000 and £200,000 are available to charitable organisations working with young people in lower socio-economic areas in England for projects that help young people (aged 10-20 or up to 25 with disabilities) in more deprived or rural areas to get involved in social action.
Bupa UK Foundation has opened up applications for its new grants programme.
The GC Gibson Charity offers grants to a wide range of charities.
Nottingham Social Impact Fund is a £1 million loan fund, supported by Nottingham City Council and The Key Fund, which looks to support the development of new and existing social business, jobs and growth.
Registered charities working in England, Scotland or Wales can apply through the Morrison Foundation's new online process for grants to support new projects that directly improve the lives of local people or communities across Great Britain.
Heart Research UK are awarding Healthy Heart Grants of up to £5,000 and up to £10,000.
The Postcode Community Trust’s Community Grants Programme is now open for applications in the East Midlands.
The Big Lottery Fund is looking to fund projects that draw on the strengths and personal experience of people facing hardship so that they can overcome immediate difficulties and be ready for opportunities and challenges ahead.
Y-Notts, an independent charity based in Nottingham, is looking to award one-off grants to young people or groups looking to further their education, training or personal development.
The Opportunity Nottingham partnership is looking to appoint an organisation to deliver a Beneficiary Empowerment & Advocacy Service.
The Office for Civil Society (OCS) has made £20 million available to voluntary organisations, social enterprises and community groups to help them secure a more sustainable way of working.
Right Track Social Enterprise is giving Nottingham-based community entrepreneurs the opportunity to turn their ideas for community improvement into reality.
Groundwork Greater Nottingham has opened up the application process for the Area Based Grants Diversionary Youth funding for 2015/16, which includes grants for summer holiday activities.
Nottingham Equal are offering small grants of up to £250 to voluntary and community groups supporting the Nottingham's established communities.
The Volant Charitable Trust supports registered charities whose purpose is to alleviate poverty and social deprivation with particular emphasis on children and women’s issues.
The Renewal Trust, as Lead Organisation for the Area Based Grant wishes to appoint organisations that can provide a ‘One-Stop Shop’ for those trying to access, or looking to return to, work.
Nottingham City Council have released the following four tenders for services to assist people who are vulnerable to financial difficulty to become more financially secure:
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum are offering small grants to support new and emerging communities who do not currently receive funding from Nottingham City Council.
Skipton Building Society has opened applications for their Grassroots Giving programme, which last year saw the donation of £80,500 to 161 different community groups across the UK.
The Opportunity Nottingham partnership is looking to appoint an organisation to deliver a Peer Mentor Service.
This fund is for tenants and residents associations as well as wider community groups to fund activities, events and projects.
Nottingham City Council's Communities of Identity small grants programme for the Gender and Sexual Orientation strand has opened.
Heritage Lottery Fund has a grant programme for new organisations that look after heritage or engage people with it.
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.