All the latest news on funding
The LankellyChase Foundation are looking for new and radical ideas to improve lives of people facing severe and multiple disadvantage.
Happy Days Children's Charity want to hear from groups who work with disadvantaged children and young people aged three to 17.
Help the Homeless want to hear from small to medium-sized charities who assist individuals in their return to mainstream society.
The Money for Life Challenge is a national competition which provides small grants for 16 to 24 year olds to run projects to improve money management skills in their communities. The most inspiring and impactful projects progress to the national finals, with great prizes on offer.
Grants of up to £5,000 are available for small local charities or local projects of national charities as part of Santander's Community Plus Fund.
The Pilgrim Trust is taking applications as part of its Social Welfare Programme from organisations who support people who misuse drugs and alcohol, have projects in prisons, or projects that provide an alternative to custody.
As part of their Community Programme, the Lloyd TSB Foundation support registered charities to continue and develop community based work, or to develop the charity itself as an organisation or their services.
The Grants for Places of Worship programme from the Heritage Lottery Fund is for projects that involve urgent structural repairs to public places of worship that are listed buildings.
The Woodward Charitable Trust funds small registered charities, with grants of between £100 and £5,000 available from their small grant fund and grants over £5,000 from their large grants fund.
The Cabinet Office has made grants available to help charities, social enterprises and non-profit organisations increase the number of young people (aged ten to 20 years) taking part in social action.
The Galaxy Hot Chocolate Fund are seeking to donate eighty £300 awards to help groups with their community projects - and are also offering to send groups supplies of hot chocolate sachets!
BBC Children in Need have opened new funding rounds for both their small and main grants programmes.
Sport England, which uses National Lottery funding to help people and communities across the country to create sporting habits for life, currently has two sources of funding open for applications.
Grants of up to £2,000 per project are available from the East Midlands Airport (EMA) Community Fund, which can be used to fund capital costs including equipment, security improvement works and building adaptations to provide disabled access.
Nottinghamshire County Council and Nottingham City Council require an organisation to provide advocacy services broken down into three different service areas.
The Women of Influence Award is a financial grant of up to £4k that is awarded to two women each year who can evidence excellent voluntary work in Nottingham (city or county) that benefits their community.
Nottingham City Council have published details of the application process for funding for delivering Family and Community Learning Programmes in 2013/14.
If you have a community based project that aims to relieve hardship or poverty, Leeds Building Society Charitable Foundation would like to hear from you.
Nottinghamshire County Council's Community Sports Fund (CSF) helps local sports clubs and organisations with projects that encourage additional people to get involved in sport or retain participants who would otherwise cease to be involved.
The deadline is looming for the current application round of The Health and Social Care (HSC) Volunteering Fund.