All the latest news on funding
The aim of The Jones Trust Community Fund is to support people in Nottingham city and the wider county by making grants to community and voluntary groups who work to improve their communities.
The Archer Trust support organisations working in areas of high unemployment and deprivation, and offer grants of between £250 and £3,000.
Heart Research UK's Healthy Heart Grants support innovative projects designed to promote heart health and prevent or reduce the risks of heart disease in specific groups or communities across the UK.
Registered charities can apply for funding from the Scottish Power Energy People Trust to carry out projects that help to address fuel poverty in the UK.
Grants are available from the Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust to community organisations for projects that support horticultural research, or the creation, preservation and maintenance of public gardens.
Nottinghamshire County Council are looking for an organisation who can provide 'Appropriate Adult' services for children and young people in both Nottingham city and the wider county.
In 2013 Nottingham Women’s Centre received a one-year grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund for a project to preserve the archives of women’s involvement in the Nottingham Liberation Movement struggles in the 1970s and 1980s.
The Nottingham Post have launched their annual community funding scheme - which will allow up to 100 not-for-profit organisations to register for a share of £50,000.
The Lloyds TSB Community Programme will be closing to accommodate a new programme starting in April.
Financial assistance is available from the Eaga Partnership Charitable Trust to support projects that aim to understand and combat fuel poverty in the UK.
The University of Nottingham has grants of up to £500 for groups to support local research partnerships between university staff and local organisations.
The Nottinghamshire Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner are welcoming applications for their Transforming Rehabilitation Capacity Building Fund.
The Freemasons Fund aims to support people in Nottingham city and the wider county by making grants to community and voluntary groups who work to improve their communities.