All the latest news on funding
The John Warren Foundation offers grants to charitable organisations working in Nottinghamshire.
The Star Trust was set up to assist small local charities and offer support from business professionals.
The Heritage Lottery Fund's start-up grant programme is for individuals thinking about creating a new organisation to engage people with heritage.
The Percy Bilton Charity has a grant scheme open to UK registered charities for capital funding.
Funding is available from the Church Urban Fund to enable churches and Christian organisations working in deprived communities to undertake new or expanding initiatives which directly address the effects of poverty.
If your organisation works with disabled people but cannot help with their equipment needs, you may be able to find support from the Disability Grants website.
The Charles Hayward Foundation supports preventative and early intervention programmes which allow older people to stay in their own homes and remain independent.
Smarter Travel Nottingham, a project ran by Sustrans, is delivering a Community Travel Grant scheme to reward local community groups for making use of sustainable transport options.
The Asda Foundation supports charities and local good causes through its grant programme.
The ACT Foundation provides grants to individuals and registered charities with the aim of enhancing the quality of life of people in need.
The Comic Relief Local Communities programme aims to empower local people, enabling them to create lasting change in their communities.
The Ouseley Trust supports the promotion and maintenance of high standard choral services of the Church of England.
Funding is available from the Bailey Thomas Charitable Fund to aid research into learning disabilities and to aid the care and relief of those affected by learning disabilities.
The Wolfson Foundation provides grants to support capital infrastructure for science and technology, arts and humanities, education, and health and disability.
Big Issue Invest have announced that they are to hold regional information sessions across the UK - including one to one informal advice sessions in Nottingham.
Groundwork Greater Nottingham are seeking quotes to meet the IT hardware and software needs of their 'Young and Successful' programme.
Funding is available from Macmillan for both new and established self-help and support groups, as part of the charity's 'Supporting You to Help Others' grant scheme.
Grants are available from the PRS Foundation to organisations and groups that are working in any genre of new music.
The Global Fund for Women offers grants to organisations outside the United States that promote the human rights of women and girls.
Capital grants are available to community and voluntary groups from the Community Ownership and Management of Assets Capital Grants scheme.
Russell Brand's 'Give It Up' Building Recovery Fund has grants of up to £5,000 available to help run activities and other services to help people sustain an addiction-free recovery from substance misuse.
The priority for 2014 of Barchester's Healthcare Foundation are helping older people in communities to improve their mobility, independence and quality of life.
LankellyChase Foundation are looking for new and radical ideas to improve lives of people facing severe and multiple disadvantage.
The Volant Charitable Trust supports registered charities whose purpose is to alleviate poverty and social deprivation, with particular emphasis on children and women’s issues.
The Ulverscroft Foundation supports projects which will have a positive effect on the quality of life of visually impaired people who may be blind or partially sighted.
Help the Homeless want to hear from small to medium sized charities who assist individuals in their return to mainstream society.
The annual Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) Awards recognise effective poverty-fighting groups from across the UK.
Administered by the European Social Fund, Community Learning and Skills Grants offer funding to small community and voluntary groups for projects that prepare disadvantaged people for work in the east midlands.
Boots Charitable Trust offers funding to groups whose work benefits people living in Nottinghamshire.
Selected postcodes in Nottingham are eligible to apply for grants of up to £2,000 per project from the East Midlands Airport (EMA) Community Fund.
Applications are now being taken from Sport England for funding for the renovation and modernisation of local sports facilities, as part of their 'Inspired Facilities' scheme.
Funded by the European Regional Development Fund and the University Of Nottingham, the Building Enterprise Project is aimed at supporting social enterprises in Nottingham - and they are looking for an organisation who can ‘deliver knowledge exchange, support and engagement activities’ to organisations and individuals based in the city.
The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust awards grants to registered charities for projects that are undertaken in the UK - with this year's award criteria being music, the arts and elderly people.
Administered by the Field Studies Council (FSC), Kids Fund Grants support charitable organisations undertaking projects involving education about the environment for disadvantaged young people.
Grants are available to registered charities from the Law Society Charity for work related to the law and the legal profession in the UK.
The Money Saving Expert Charity Fund supports projects that help educate people about money, debt and consumer issues.
The Woodward Charitable Trust funds small registered charities, offering grants of between £100 and £5,000 from their small grant fund and grants over £5,000 from their large grants fund.
As part of its Catalyst Partnership Fund, the University of Nottingham has grants available of up to £500 for groups to support local research partnerships between university staff and local organisations.
The University of Nottingham has funding available for community and voluntary organisations to host undergraduates on six-week full-time placements over the summer of 2014.
Nottingham City Council is looking to appoint an experienced support provider to deliver a therapeutic support programme of group and individual sessions for children and young people of all ages who have experienced domestic violence, and their non-abusing parent.
There is currently funding available for community groups in Bilborough through the Community First funding programme.
Castle Cavendish are offering funding for Area 4 groups running Children and Young People's activities in the Summer holidays between 14 July and 14 September 2014.
Administered by the Henry Smith Charity, the Holiday Grants for Children scheme offers grants towards holidays or outings within the UK for children aged 13 and under who are from areas of high deprivation..
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust has re-launched its Community Grants for England scheme - a rolling programme that offers grants of between £500 and £10,000 to support community projects.
The Comic Relief Grants Programme is currently taking applications under five different programmes - Better Futures, Healthier Finances, Safer Lives, Stronger Communities, and Fairer Society. .
The Community Investment Fund offers grants between £250,000 and £1m to community organisations that provide services to improve the well-being of local residents.
NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is inviting bids from providers working in health, social care, third sector, private sector or in consortia to run and deliver a home safety equipment and education service.
Castle Cavendish are running a Children and Young People's funding programme for organisations in Area 4, covering July 2014 to March 2015.
Administered by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, the Open Fund provides grants to projects that are aimed at increasing knowledge about people's welfare in later life.
The Reduce Pressure in Hospitals Fund offers funding for projects that aim to help the NHS to manage pressure on hospitals throughout the next winter period and beyond.