All the latest news on funding
The Foundation supports registered charities to continue and develop community based work, or to develop the organisation or its services.
Grants of between £50,000 and £350,000 are available for local not-for-profit providers of advice services in England to continue to give vital help to people and communities in the areas of welfare benefits, debt, housing and employment.
The Befriending service for families will provide services in line with the Family Support Strategy and will mainly focus on families requiring additional support.
Nottingham City Council is changing the way it invests in voluntary and community organisations. They have announced the service specification for a £1.43m grant pot, and how to apply.
Boots Charitable Trust offers funding to groups whose work benefits people living in Nottinghamshire.
Nesta invest in social ventures with innovative products or services that address the UK's most pressing challenges.
The Mighty Creatives are looking for locally based partnerships to engage with young people through arts and culture.
NHS Nottingham City and Nottingham City Council invite offers to deliver an asylum seeker and refugee health team (branded as Into the Mainstream), to improve access to healthcare services for asylum seekers and refugees.
The Metropolitan Migration have a small grants scheme of up to £5,000 available for projects that support migrants in the areas of highest need, including housing, advocacy, ESOL provision, employment and tackling the issue of human trafficking.
The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation will consider applications for both capital and running costs, including salary, project and core costs.
Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity helps children in the two areas of neurology and haematology.
The Rank Foundation have two grant making programmes: Major Grants over £7,500 and Minor Grants under £7,500.
*This tender has been cancelled. Notts Probation Trust are advertising 12 months funding to provide a service to women offenders in Nottingham.
Nottingham City Council are advertising funding for a 'Healthy change lifestyle referral and support hub'.
People in Nottingham are being given the opportunity to bid for small grants of up to £1,500 to improve health and wellbeing in local areas.
The Small Grants Scheme aims to target theatres run by charities and not-for-profit groups that can clearly demonstrate the value capital improvements to their theatres would make to their work with local communities.
The service will enable all prisoners to enter into or continue their recovery treatment with an increased choice of recovery and re-integration options.
Lloyds TSB has opened up their Older People Programme to support innovative and proactive work that encourages empowerment and independence of older people living in difficult financial circumstances..
The Innovation Labs Grants Programme is now open for applications. They have selected eight ideas from the Labs process and are looking for applications to develop, implement and grow each one into a product that improves young people’s mental health and wellbeing.
Through the Hardship Fund, Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) provides financial assistance for people living with HIV who are in severe financial need. Voluntary sector organisations who work with this group on their behalf may apply for support through this scheme.