All the latest news on funding
Voluntary and community sector organisations have until Friday 27 July to apply to the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Transition Funding and Start-up grants programmes.
Voluntary and community sector organisations have until 27 July to apply to the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Transition Funding programme.
Voluntary and community sector organisations have until 27 July to apply for a start-up grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
Comic Relief has launched a new £4 million fund that will provide core funding for charitable organisations in the UK that deliver services in one of Comic Relief's programme areas.
The Tudor Trust offers grants to voluntary and community organisations for work in the UK that meets the needs of people at the margins of society.
The Paul Hamlyn Foundation have grants of between £10,000 and £60,000 available to help grow an organisation's impact.
The Garfield Weston Foundation provides grants to registered charities and supports a wide range of charitable causes.
Skills for Care is inviting organisations or partnerships to submit applications for funding, alongside a proposal, which detail how they will develop and test innovative approaches to the recruitment and/or retention of Personal Assistants (PAs).
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 Jessie Spencer Fund supports people in Nottingham by making grants to community and voluntary groups who work to improve their communities.
The Near Neighbours fund has reopened for small grants of £250 to £5000 for local projects within the boundary of the City of Nottingham.
Nottingham City Council is seeking to appoint an organisation to deliver a specialist safe, stable and short-term, temporary supported accommodation service for pregnant teenagers, teenage parents and their children, who (at the point of entry into the service) are unable to access or maintain their living arrangements.
Communities Inc has an exciting opportunity to tender for some work on the Building Stronger Communities Project.
Grants of up to £1,000 are available for charities undertaking educational and social welfare projects in the UK.
The J N Derbyshire Trust supports people in Nottinghamshire by making grants to community and voluntary groups who work to improve their communities.
Public Health England (PHE) is encouraging voluntary and community sector organisations to apply for national funding to support innovative HIV projects across England.
The Money Advice Service has launched a new £7 million fund to support financial capability projects in the UK and is open to a range of organisations.
The OneFamily Foundation has launched its first round of Community Awards.
The Will Charitable Trust is currently accepting applications from charities seeking funding for the care of and services for people suffering from cancer in the UK.
Lloyds Bank Foundation has reopened for applications until Friday 20 November.
The Biffa Award main grants scheme offers money to projects that provide or improve biodiversity, community spaces, cultural facilities and places for outdoor recreation.
Comic Relief is offering funding as part of its new 'Girls in Gangs' initiative to organisations that either prevent girls from entering gangs, help girls already in gangs or help girls to leave gangs.
Local environmental charity Groundwork Greater Nottingham is encouraging community groups and schools in Nottingham and Leicester to apply for a grant of up to £12,000 to improve green spaces.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has established the £25 million five-year Aged Veterans Fund.
Nottingham City Council is seeking services to provide short breaks activities for children/young people with special educational needs, and/or a disability.
The Department for Education (DfE) launched the Innovation Programme in October 2013 to act as a catalyst for developing more effective ways of supporting vulnerable children.
Boots Charitable Trust is offering funding to groups whose work benefits people living in Nottinghamshire.
People facing significant barriers to finding employment will receive tailored support to develop their work skills from a £4.5million programme, provided through the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership.
The Social Inclusion Consortium (SInC) is looking to support the establishment of a voluntary sector consortium across the D2N2 area to work on the European Social Fund Opt-In programme for the INSPIRE Local project.
The Royal British Legion (RBL) have released details of their External Grants Programme.
The Feminist Review Trust has grants of up to £15,000 available for projects in the UK that transform the lives of women.
The Near Neighbours programme has been awarded an additional £1.5 million of funding.
Trusthouse Charitable Foundation has released new funding criteria for the £2.2million it grants to projects in the UK each year.
Help the Homeless, a registered charity, is currently accepting applications from small and medium-sized UK registered charities with a turnover of less than £1 million per year for grants up to £5,000.
The Castle Cavendish children and young people's summer activities grant aims to support Area 4 communities (Arboretum, Dunkirk & Lenton and Radford & Park) in community projects and activities for children and young people.
Quaker Housing Trust are offering grants for charitable organisations carrying out housing projects for those in need in the UK.
Find out how to apply for the £10 million Community Business Fund.
Nottinghamshire Council is inviting applications for the provision of Advocacy Services for Adults in Nottinghamshire and Nottingham. The contract duration is for three years.
The Veolia Environmental Trust has reopened to applications with a new process that streamlines applications.
Help the Homeless, a registered charity, is currently accepting applications from small and medium-sized UK registered charities.
The Potter Foundation is a charitable grant giving foundation established in 1999 to encourage a stronger and fairer society.
The Hedley Foundation provides grants to assist and encourage development and change.
The CRT is leading on the development of a stage 2 project for Big Lottery Fund’s Building Better Opportunities programme.
Grants are available 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 Hilden Charitable Fund supports organisations working with asylum seekers and refugees, community based initiatives for 16-25 year olds and penal reform.
The Concertina Trust aims to provide funding to help improve the quality of life of elderly members of society who now suffer neglect.
The Nuffield Foundation aims to improve social wellbeing through research and innovation.
Discovery Grants of up to £5,000 are available to fund activity directly benefiting disadvantaged people in the UK.
The Triangle Trust 1949 Fund has a Development Grant scheme for charities, not-for-profit social enterprises and community interest companies in the UK that are working to support unpaid carers or the rehabilitation of offenders or ex-offenders.
A new programme designed to support grassroots football clubs in England improve their grass pitches has been announced by The Football Association.