All the latest news from the sector
Closing date: 5pm on Tuesday 30 September.
Community and voluntary organisations based in and around Sherwood are being invited by Nottingham City Council to share any of their 'success stories' from the past year.
Nottingham is all set to celebrate Older People’s Day on Wednesday 1 October – with numerous events taking place around the city to mark the day, including a launch event for the city’s Older People’s Charter.
In this latest instalment of our ‘Spotlight on...’ feature we focus on Nottingham Women’s Centre – who have been having a busy year of fundraising…
Charities and community groups across the UK are being invited to take part in a match-funding scheme called 'Grow Your Tenner' - in which Local Giving are is giving away £500,000.
A local film director has begun work on a film set in the caves beneath the Malt Cross Music Hall in Nottingham city centre - and is seeking 'crowdfunding' to help complete the project.
Places are still available on a forthcoming training event taking place at NCVS offering advice on how to update your organisation’s smoking policy.
Applications are currently open for a new voluntary sector advocate to join the One Nottingham Board, to represent the faith sector.
Nottingham CityCare Partnership have published a new edition of their regular 'Small Steps Big Changes' newsletter.
A Nottingham-based charity that supports children with their learning is appealing for online votes to help them win funding worth up to £3,000.
Hyson Green Library is set to relocate from its current site to the Mary Potter Centre, following a recent consultation exercise carried out by Nottingham City Council.
Four members of Nottingham CVS staff are preparing to abseil down Glastonbury Festival’s famous Pyramid Stage to raise money for charity.
Nottingham City Council are currently seeking people's views as part of two consultations - one on sexual health services, and one on a proposed new suicide prevention strategy.
Closing date: Thursday 2 October.
The University of Nottingham have launched a new scheme called the Knowledge Exchange Programme, which aims to support social enterprises - and as part of it, they are offering half-day workshops on social media and cloud computing.