All the latest news on funding
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 or 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.
The Marc Fitch Fund has grants available for organisations in the UK for research projects focused on regional and local history.
The Nuffield Foundation has funding available as part of its 'Open Door' grants scheme for research projects or innovations covering a range of different interest areas.
Funding is available from the Macmillan charity for both new and established cancer self-help and support groups.
Nottingham City Council are looking for an organisation that can deliver an evaluation service for them - specifically providing independent and robust evidence of the effectiveness of their Priority Families service.
Heart Research UK's Healthy Heart Grants support projects designed to promote heart health and to prevent or reduce the risks of heart disease in specific groups or communities across the UK.
AB Charitable Trust is a grant-making organisation that is concerned with defending human dignity - and they provide funding for charities that promote respect for individuals, whatever their circumstances.
The Peter Cruddas Foundation provides funding to registered charities that help disadvantaged young people into pathways towards education, training or employment.
The Gilchrist Educational Trust offers funding to organisations undertaking projects that fill up educational gaps or make a particular aspect of education or learning more widely available.
The Jones Trust Community Fund awards funding to community and voluntary groups who work to improve their communities - with grants of up to £3,000 available for revenue or capital spend.
Grants are available from the Idlewild Trust for projects in the UK that encourage the performing arts or preserve buildings and items of historic interest for public benefit.
The Heritage Lottery Fund's 'Grants for Places of Worship' programme offers funding for projects that involve urgent structural repairs to public places of worship that are listed.
NG7 Voices is a new Youth Forum set up by Hyson Green Youth Club to empower young people - and they are offering grants of up to £250 for ideas which will benefit young people living in the NG7 area of Nottingham.
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 Bramley Fund supports communities in Nottingham and the wider county by making grants available to grow apple trees in gardens, allotments and green spaces.
Nottingham City Council, acting on behalf of Framework Housing Association, are looking for an organisation who can deliver a community outreach service in the city.
The Freemasons Fund aims to support people in Nottingham and the surrounding areas by making grants to community and voluntary groups who work to improve their communities.
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.
The Starbucks Youth Action scheme is offering grants of up to £2,000 to young people to set up their own social action project.
If you have a community based project that aims to relieve hardship or poverty, Leeds Building Society Charitable Foundation would like to hear from you.
Nottingham City Homes (NCH) have funding available to pay for projects that will make a difference to the lives and wellbeing of their tenants.
The Noel Buxton Trust are taking applications for two grant programmes that they run - their family grants and their penal grants scheme.
The Star Trust was set up to assist small local charities in the East Midlands - and they offer both funding and support from business professionals.
Grants are available from Sport England as part of their 'Protecting Playing Fields' scheme for capital projects which develop, improve and sustain playing fields for communities.
The landfill operator Veolia have a grant programme for that funds community facilities situated within five miles of any of their sites.
The Hilton in the Community Foundation supports projects that focus on young people through health and education.
One-off grants are available from the Listed Places of Worship Roof Repair Fund for urgent repairs to public places of worship.
Nottingham Women's Centre have funding available to community and voluntary organisations in the city who work with women, girls and LGBT communities - and they have extended the application deadline.
Prince's Foundation for Children and the Arts provides funding for organisations to develop and deliver arts enrichment programmes for primary and secondary school students.