All the latest news on funding
The BRIT Trust wants to hear from registered charities who support young people through music and education.
Biffa Waste Management and Recycling has grants available through their Biffa Award scheme to help community groups near their operation sites.
The 'Time to Change' campaign offers funding to projects that change attitudes to mental health
The Alec Dickson Trust is accepting applications from projects that are run by volunteers.
Grants are available from Waitrose to help local communities.
Fit4funding is launching an online course called 'Advising Groups on Funding Issues'.
Capital grants of between £100,000 and £500,000 are available from the Social Investment Business Group (SIB Group) to organisations with innovative and ambitious plans for community asset ownership in England.
BBC Children in Need has opened the next funding round for their small and main grants programme.
The People’s Postcode Trust supports small organisations and community groups through grants ranging from £500 - £10,000.
Through their Hardship Fund, the Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) provides financial assistance for people living with HIV who are in severe financial need - and voluntary sector organisations who work with this client group may apply for support on users' behalf.
Grants are available from the Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust for projects in support of horticultural research.
The Society for the Assistance of Ladies in Reduced Circumstances was founded in 1886 and helps women living alone who are in genuine need, irrespective of their social status.
New Appeals Organisation (NAO) is a committee of dedicated individuals that help local people in genuine need that are unable to get assistance elsewhere.
The Santander Foundation has money available to registered charities who work with disadvantaged people.
The Allen Lane Foundation wants to hear from organisations who make a lasting contribution to people's lives.
The Architectural Heritage Fund has different grants schemes available for registered charities who are looking to change the use of listed buildings.
The Ireland Fund of Great Britain supports community groups in the UK working with people of Irish descent who have health, housing or psychological needs.
One East Midlands have produced a comprehensive list of providers of social finance.
The Comic Relief Local Communities programme aims to empower local people, enabling them to create projects that will achieve lasting change in their communities.
Grants are available to organisations as part of Sport England's 'Protecting Playing Fields' scheme for capital projects which develop, improve and sustain playing fields for communities.