All the latest news on funding
Details have been announced of a funding fair taking place in Bulwell on Saturday 18 October – where community and voluntary groups can meet representatives from grant-giving organisations.
Time is running out to apply for funding from Sportivate – a national funding programme that aims to engage young people in sporting activities.
The CLA Charitable Trust provides funding for projects that either help disabled people to enjoy the countryside, or which provide education in the countryside for disadvantaged children and young people.
Genetic Disorders UK are currently accepting applications from support groups and charities for grants ranging from £500 to £25,000.
The Wingate Foundation provide funding for charitable organisations active in the UK whose activities are concerned with either performing arts, music, or Jewish life and learning.
Grants are available from the Idlewild Trust for projects in the UK that encourage the performing arts or help to preserve buildings or items of historic interest.
Financial assistance is available from the Rosa charitable fund for groups to carry out projects that raise awareness of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in the UK.
Time is running out for charities to nominate themselves for the 2015 GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Awards - which aim to reward charities that are doing excellent work to improve people’s health.
Funding is available from the Torch Trust for sports volunteers who want to improve their skills as coaches or officials.
Funding is available from the Esmee Fairbairn Collections Fund to help galleries, libraries and museums to acquire pieces of artwork for their collections.
The Youth Music Programme has various grants available to increase the number of children and young people across England that have the opportunity to take part in high quality musical activities.
The Hilden Charitable Trust provides funding to community organisations that run projects concerned with homelessness and asylum seekers.
The TDS Charitable Foundation have funding available to groups whose work involves educating about housing rights in the UK.
The Community Covenant Grant Scheme has grants available to charities and other voluntary organisations for projects which support the armed forces community.
The Freemasons Fund supports people in Nottingham by making grants to community and voluntary groups who work to improve their communities.
Ecology Building Society (EBS) Charitable Foundation has grants of up to £2,000 for projects or organisations that promote sustainable development for community benefit.
Help the Homeless want to hear from small to medium sized charities who assist individuals in their return to mainstream society.
The Edge Fund works with communities, campaign groups and activists that support social, economic and environmental justice.
Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust provides grants for projects in the UK that benefit animals, relieve the suffering of animals, address the conservation of wildlife, or encourage a greater understanding of animals.
Grants of up to £5,000 are available to registered charities from the Kelly Family Charitable Trust.
If your registered charity helps disadvantaged young people into pathways towards education, training or employment, then you can apply for funding from the Peter Cruddas Foundation.
BBC Children in Need has opened their next funding round for the small and main grants programme.
Heart Research are offering funding to groups as part of their Healthy Heart Grants scheme - which aims promote heart health and reduce the risks of heart disease in specific groups or communities across the UK.
Administered by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Parks for People is a grants scheme that offers funding for projects that conserve the heritage of historic parks and cemeteries.
Nottingham City Council are looking an organisation who can deliver a service that will give primary and secondary school pupils and their families the confidence, skills and knowledge they need to cook, grow and enjoy good quality, affordable food, and to use healthy school meals as a way to improve nutrition amongst primary school children.
Inter Faith Youth Trust are offering grants to organisations wishing to organise activities involving children and young people (11-25 years) to mark Inter Faith Week 2014.
Macmillan have funding available for both new and established cancer self-help and support groups, as part of their 'Supporting You to Help Others' grants scheme.
Community and voluntary organisations that can demonstrate that they have reduced poverty in a tangible way are being invited to apply for a £3,000 prize being given jointly by the Webb Memorial Trust and the All Party Parliamentary Group on Poverty (APPGP).
Registered charities can apply for up to £5,000 in funding from the Inman Charity to support projects with a social welfare focus.
The J N Derbyshire Trust supports people in Nottinghamshire by making grants to community and voluntary groups who work to improve their communities.
The Radcliffe Trust support projects that involve the promotion of music.
The BRIT Trust wants to hear from registered charities who run projects that encourage young people's involvement in music.
Nottingham City Council are looking for an organisation to deliver a Youth Employment Programme in Area 6 of the city - which covers the St Ann's and and Dales wards.
Registered charities can apply for funding from Scottish Power through their Energy People Trust scheme, to carry out projects to that help address fuel poverty in the UK.
Nottingham City Council is looking for a provider to deliver a specialist children and young people's substance misuse service.
Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland Community Rehabilitation Company are seeking partners to work with them in bidding for the ‘National Offender Management Service Co-Financing Organisation’ contract for the East Midlands and potentially East of England.
Run in partnership with the King's Fund, the 2015 GSK IMPACT Awards provide funding and leadership training for health charities.
The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust have funding available to support projects aimed at promoting racial justice and equality.
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 Law Society have grants available to registered charities for work related to the law in the UK - including projects that promote human rights and access to justice.
Nottingham City Council are currently tendering the services that form Nottingham city's alcohol pathway.
Communities and people most in need across England are being targeted as part of a £260 million funding programme called Building Better Opportunities - with some of the money coming to Nottingham and the surrounding area.
Nottingham Women’s Centre are offering small grants to support organisations working with women or LGBT communities who do not currently receive funding.
Boots Charitable Trust offers funding to groups whose work benefits people living in Nottinghamshire
Grants are available from the Department of Energy and Climate Change for organisations to deliver outreach programmes to vulnerable people to help them reduce their energy costs and consumption.
The Lord's Taverners have grants available for organisations that support young people aged under 25 years who have a physical and/or learning disability - although time in running out to make applications.
Landfill operator WREN has two grant schemes for groups in Nottinghamshire - and the next deadline for applications is Wednesday 6 August 2014.
Nottingham City Council are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified organisations to deliver two family learning programmes.
The Jones Trust Community Fund aims to support people in Nottingham and the wider county by making grants to community and voluntary groups who work to improve their communities.
The People’s Postcode Trust supports small organisations and community groups through grants ranging from £500 - £20,000.