All the latest news on funding
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.
The Pink Ribbon Foundation funds charities that support people suffering from breast cancer - in the form of either financial assistance, care, advice, or emotional and practical support.
Grants are available to community and voluntary organisations from the Together in Service Fund for new multi-faith social action projects.
The Nottingham General Dispensary is a medical charity where grants are awarded to groups for the purpose of assisting individuals resident in the City and County of Nottinghamshire.
Charities working the in the field of breast cancer are invited to apply for a grant from the Pink Ribbon Foundation.
Jessie’s Fund offers grants to organisations who support children with disabilities through the therapeutic use of music.
The Grants for Places of Worship programme is for projects that involve urgent structural repairs to public places of worship that are listed buildings.
Funding is available from AB Charitable Trust - an independent, UK-based grant-making organisation that is concerned with defending human dignity.
Sport Nottinghamshire are taking applications for funding for projects that will engage with and stimulate 11-25 year olds who don’t currently participate in sport or exercise.
Funding is available from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills to support organisations to create and run pilot projects which take science to diverse audiences.
Advice Nottingham are looking for an organisation who can provide them with a consultancy service to help them develop new income generation streams.
The Tudor Trust makes grants to voluntary and community groups - and they particularly want to help smaller organisations which support positive changes in people’s lives and in their communities.
Funding is available from the Imagine Foundation for charities and projects in the UK that are focused on building community and on empowering people to reach their potential.
The Allen Lane Foundation wants to hear from organisations who make a lasting contribution to people's lives.
If you support older people, but cannot help them financially, Aid for the Aged in Distress may be able to help.
The Women Make Music scheme from the PRS Foundation aims to address the gender gap in new music, and help promote and support female music creators.
Grants are available from Ofcom's Community Radio Fund for the core costs of community radio stations.
Funding is available from the Chesshire Lehmann Fund to support organisations that want to undertake research into the relationship between fuel poverty and energy efficiency.
Up to £1,000 is available from the Canoe Foundation for projects that support or promote paddlesport activities with a specific focus on young people and/or people with disabilities.
Grants are available to charitable organisations from Concertina Charitable Trust to improve the quality of life of elderly members people through cultural activities.
Lloyds Bank Foundation have launched a brand new grant programmes.
The Garfield Weston Foundation provides grants to registered charities and supports a wide range of charitable causes.
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.