All the latest news on funding
Porticus UK has funding available for established UK registered charities.
If you have a community based project that aims to relieve hardship or poverty, Leeds Building Society (LBS) Charitable Foundation would like to hear from you.
The Reaching Communities programme from The Big Lottery helps communities in need with two different funding strands.
The Fair Chance Fund is a payment by results programme from the Cabinet Office that aims to improve outcomes for young homeless people whose needs are difficult to address using existing services.
Grants are available from the Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust for projects or activities in the UK which benefit animals.
The Hilden Charitable Trust is now accepting applications for its summer playscheme grants.
The Elephant Trust awards grants to artists, small organisations and galleries to make it possible for artists to undertake and complete projects when there is a lack of funding available.
Collecting Cultures grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund support museums, libraries and archives to develop their collections through strategic acquisition projects.
The Hilton in the Community Foundation supports projects that focus on young people through health and education.
The Lloyds Bank Community Fund is now open for nominations and applications for 2014 - and this year, for the first time, members of the public are able to nominate local good causes to be considered for a grant.
The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation offers funding to charities and community groups for both capital and running costs.
The Esmee Fairbairn Food Strand provides funding to projects that demonstrates the important role that food plays in wellbeing.
Run by the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Young Roots programme offers funding to organisations that work with people aged 13 to 25 to engage them in their heritage.
The Alec Dickson Trust is accepting applications for funding from projects who are run by local volunteers.
The True Colours Trust provides grants to organisations to carry out projects that provide help for disabled children and their families.
Nominations are now open for 'The People’s Millions' - a partnership between the Big Lottery Fund and ITV, where the public helps to choose local community projects to receive up to £50,000 in funding.
Funding is available from Macmillan for both new and established support groups as part of the charity's 'Supporting You to Help Others' grants scheme.
The Triangle Trust 1949 Fund has a Development Grant scheme for organisations that work with carers.
The Comic Relief Local Communities Programme aims to empower local people, enabling them to create lasting change in their communities.
Grants are available from the Patagonia Environmental Grants programme to local grassroots environmental groups for innovative projects that help to protect local habitats.
Landfill operator Veolia have grants available to improve communities within five miles of their waste sites.
The Lloyds Banking Group Social Entrepreneurs Programme is a new funding and support scheme designed to assist social entrepreneurs.
Nottinghamshire County Council are looking for an organisation who can deliver a range of interventions to support Social Workers and other professionals in keeping young people safely within their families.
Biffa Waste Management and Recycling have grants available to help community groups near their operation sites.
The Santander Community Plus Fund offers grants of up to £5,000 to small local charities or local projects of national charities - with funding available to cover salaries, equipment or materials.
Boots Charitable Trust offers funding to groups whose work benefits people living in Nottinghamshire.
The Nominet Trust's Social Tech Seed Investment Programme supports entrepreneurs that are focusing their talent and technology on tackling big social issues such as education, employability and health care.
BBC Children in Need have opened their next funding round for their small and main grants programme.
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service have grants available to groups as part of their 'On Fire' Fund, for projects that help provide stronger and safer communities.
Nottingham City Council’s Family and Community Learning Service are offering funding to community and voluntary organisations to deliver workshops that aim to raise awareness of the benefits of lifelong learning in improving chances of employability.
The Church and Community Fund (CCF) 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.
The McDonald's Kickstart programme allows football clubs to apply for one-off grants of between £500 to £2,500 for a single project.
The Swimathon Foundation is offering grants of between £300 and £2,500 to community organisations and charities.
Grants are available to organisations for projects which develop, improve and sustain playing fields for communities, as part of Sport England's 'Protecting Playing Fields' scheme.
Help the Homeless wants to hear from small to medium sized charities who assist individuals in their return to mainstream society.
Happy Days Children's Charity would like to hear from groups who work with disadvantaged children and young people aged three to 17.
Woodward Charitable Trust is accepting applications for their summer playscheme grant.
The Hilden Charitable Fund supports projects concerned with homelessness; asylum seekers and refugees, penal reform, and community-based initiatives for young people aged 16 -25 years.
Nottingham City Council are looking for an organisation who can provide an efficient translation and interpretation service to the citizens of Nottingham.
The East Midlands European Social Fund Community Grants Fund 2014–2015 has grants of up to £15,000 available to community and voluntary groups across the East Midlands.
If you want to receive regular news about funding, then you may be interested to know that we've recently started running a Facebook page here at Nottingham CVS that's dedicated exclusively to funding information.
The Kids Fund Grants from the Field Studies Council supports charitable organisations undertaking projects involving education about the environment for disadvantaged young people.
Grants are available from the Marc Fitch Fund for organisations in the UK for research and publications whose primary focus is on regional and local history.
If your registered charity helps disadvantaged young people into pathways towards education, training or employment, then you can apply to the Peter Cruddas Foundation for funding.
The Clore Poetry and Literature Awards have grants are available for poetry and literature initiatives aimed at children and young people under the age of 19 years across the UK.
Grants of up to £5,000 are available to registered charities from the Kelly Family Charitable Trust.
The AB Charitable Trust is an independent, UK-based grant-making organisation founded in 1990 that is concerned with defending human dignity.
Local groups and community-based organisations are being invited to apply for grant funding to help them support victims of crime and reduce offending.
Grants are available to charities from the Idlewild Trust for projects in the UK that encourage the arts, and/or preserve buildings and items of historic interest for public benefit.
Forbes Charitable Trust has funding available to registered charities who support people with learning disabilities.