All the latest news on funding
The Bromley Trust supports human rights, prison reform and environmental projects, and offers funding to UK-registered charities.
The Esmee Fairbairn Food Strand supports work that demonstrates the important role that food plays in wellbeing.
The Thomas Cook Children's Charity offers grants to groups and organisations working with children and young people (0 -18) who are sick, disabled or disadvantaged.
Financial assistance is available from the Rosa, the UK fund for women and girls, for groups to carry out projects that raise awareness of female genital mutilation in the UK.
Grants are available from the Bailey Thomas Charitable Fund to voluntary organisations for research into learning disability, or to assist with the care and relief of those affected by learning disability.
Jessie’s Fund supports children with disabilities through the therapeutic use of music.
Nottingham City Council, with funding from the Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire, have launched the second round of their 'Ending Gang and Youth Violence' grants scheme.
The Church and Community Fund gives grants to community projects run by parish churches, deaneries, dioceses and other bodies connected to, or working in partnership with, the Church of England.
Financial support is available from the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts to arts and cultural organisations who want to work with digital technologies to expand their audiences and/or explore new business models.
The Tesco Charity Trust has funding available as part of its larger grants programme for children's welfare, disabled people, and older people.
Support is available from the Ironmonger's Company for projects from registered charities that provide opportunities for disadvantaged children and young people under the age of 25.
StreetSmart provides funding to organisations that deliver projects to help the homeless make a better life for themselves - with a particular focus on health, employability and sustainable independent living.
Nottingham City Council are looking for an organisation that can deliver a HIV support, engagement, outreach and testing service.
The new Comic Relief grants programme is taking applications under the five different themes.
Porticus UK has funding available for established UK registered charities.
Grants are available to registered charities in the UK from Petplan Charitable Trust to improve animal welfare.
Nottingham City Council's Family and Community Learning (FCL) Service is currently accepting applications for funding to deliver local learning activities for adults and families.
The Volant Charitable Trust has announced the next deadline for funding applications.
The Future Ready Fund, from the Homelessness Transition Fund, offers support in protecting and enhancing services for single homeless people.
The Ulverscroft Foundation offers funding to projects which will have a positive effect on the quality of life of visually impaired people who may be blind or partially sighted.