All the latest news on funding
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum are offering small grants to support new and emerging communities who do not currently receive funding from Nottingham City Council.
Biffa Waste Management and Recycling have grants available through their 'Biffa Award' scheme to help community groups near their operation sites.
The Charles Hayward Foundation supports preventative and early intervention programmes which allow older people to stay in their own homes and remain independent.
Sport England are offering funding to support projects that aim to get inactive people active for at least 30 minutes each week.
The Percy Bilton Charity has a grant scheme open to UK-registered charities for capital funding.
The Lloyds Bank Foundation are currently accepting applications for their Invest and Enable grant programmes - which both aim to help registered charities support people experiencing multiple disadvantage.
Nottingham City Council are looking for an organisation who can deliver a support programme for 14-16 year-olds.
The Wolfson Foundation has grants to support capital infrastructure for organisations working in the fields of science and technology, arts and humanities, education, and health and disability.
The Volant Charitable Trust are offering funding to registered charities whose purpose is to alleviate poverty and social deprivation - with particular emphasis on children and women’s issues.
The Pilgrim Trust are taking applications as part of their Social Welfare Programme.
The Screwfix Foundation has grants available to charities for projects that fix, repair, maintain and improve properties and community facilities.
Grants of up to £5,000 are available from the Santander Community Plus Fund.
The Forces in Mind Trust aim to promote the successful transition of armed forces personnel and their families into civilian life - and they have funding available to registered charities under two different themes.
Grants are available from the Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust for projects that benefit animals or encourage a greater understanding of animals.
A funding pot of £250,000 has been made available to community groups across Nottinghamshire to fund schemes that aim to make a difference and help residents to live happier, safer lives.
Nottingham City Council are looking to commission a service that will deliver a community-based 'physical activity on referral' service.
The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation supports registered charities and sports clubs with small to large grants for capital projects.
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) have funding available to organisations that work with people aged 13-25 to engage them in their heritage.
The Asda Foundation supports charities and local good causes with their grants programme.
The Yapp Charitable Trust supports small registered charities with running and salary costs for existing projects.
The Opportunities Fund offer grants to charities who deliver community based projects for either recovered addicts, older people, ex-offenders, and refugees.
NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are looking for an organisation who can deliver and mental health support service specifically targeting the BME community in Nottingham.
The energy company E.ON are inviting community and voluntary organisations that want to improve their energy efficiency to apply for grants as part of their Energy Action Fund.
The ACT Foundation provides grants to charities who enhance the quality of life of people in need.
Grants are available from Waitrose to help local communities.
The Ironmonger's Company offer funding to registered charities that provide opportunities for disadvantaged children and young people under the age of 25.
Awards for All gives community and voluntary groups a quick and easy way to get small Lottery grants of between £300 and £10,000.
Help the Homeless are offering funding to small to medium sized charities who assist individuals in their return to mainstream society.
Nottingham City Council are looking for an organisation that can deliver childcare provision for two-year-olds at three city play centres.
Nottingham City Council have launched two new funding programmes aimed at community and voluntary organisations in the city.
BBC Children in Need has opened a new winter application window for both their small and main grants programmes.
Nottingham City Council and Nottinghamshire County Council are jointly tendering for the supply of children’s residential care service.
The Boots Charitable Trust offers funding to groups whose work benefits people living in Nottinghamshire.
The A B Charitable Trust is a grant-making organisation that supports charities that promote respect for individuals whatever their circumstances.
Grants are available from the Sutton Trust for projects aimed at improving the cognitive development of children (aged 2-6 years) from disadvantaged backgrounds through actively engaging parents in their children’s learning.
The Weavers Company Benevolent Fund supports projects that help disadvantaged young people and offenders and ex-offenders under 30 years of age.
The Woodward Charitable Trust funds small registered charities - and have grants of between £100 and £5,000 available from their small grants fund, and grants of over £5,000 available from their large grants fund.
The People’s Health Trust is an independent charity which funds local groups and charities with great ideas in order to create fairer places to grow, live, work and age - and they have opened a new funding programme called Active Communities.
Grants are available from the Equitable Charitable Trust for projects that work with disabled or disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.
The Together in Service Fund is offering grants to community and voluntary organisations for new multi-faith social action projects.
The Archer Trust have funding available to organisations working in areas of high unemployment and deprivation.
The Comic Relief grants programme takes applications all year round as part of a two-stage application process.
Nottingham Equal are administering a small grants fund of £2,500 - which has been established, to support smaller organisations to deliver activities and services that will help established communities of identity in the city.
Organisations who run non-traditional English classes for non-English speaking adults and able to apply for funding from the Creative English Innovation Fund.
Nottingham City Council are looking for a partner organisation - or a consortium of organisations with a single lead organisation - who can lead on two delivery elements of a programme funded through Youth Engagement Fund.
Grow Wild is awarding funding worth between £1,000 to £4,000 to community groups that want to bring people together to transform a communal space by sowing and growing UK native plants.
Nottingham City Council have announced that they are tendering for a range of support services for the city’s community and voluntary sector.
The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation offer funding to groups for both capital and running costs.
The Happy Days Children's Charity provide funding to groups who work with disadvantaged children and young people aged three to 17.
The People’s Health Trust are an independent charity who provide funding to local groups who have great ideas to improve their local community - and they have just launched a new funding programme for the east midlands called Active Communities.