Homes for Ukraine Fund

The Homes for Ukraine Fund is currently closed for new applications

Applications are invited from Community Organisations supporting people who have arrived in Nottinghamshire as part of the Homes for Ukraine Scheme.

An allocation of £300,000 has been approved by Nottinghamshire County Council to support proposals up to a maximum of £5,000 per application.

Examples of the kind activities that may be supported include:

  • Supporting English language classes
  • Employment support
  • Activities for Children and Young People
  • Advice and support on financial matters
  • Tackling loneliness and isolation through for example befriending schemes and support networks
  • Promoting health and well-being
  • Organising community events
  • Supporting and encouraging volunteering

Please note that:

  • The opening date for the Spring application window was Monday 15 April 2024.
  • The closing date for the Spring application window was Friday 24 May 2024.
  • The maximum award will be £5,000 per project in any financial year.

Funded Projects

Find out more about projects funded through the Homes for Ukraine Fund.

To improve our grant process, we have introduced a new online system. This new system brings lots of benefits for applicants, such as saving applications part-way through, downloading applications and uploading supporting information.

Register and apply at

You only need to register once, even if you apply for multiple projects across more than one fund.

Terms and Conditions

If your application is successful, the organisation must be willing and able to comply with the Homes for Ukraine Fund's terms and conditions which include:

  • publicising the project in line with the County Council's acknowledging funding and publicity guidelines
  • providing monitoring information as requested 
  • repaying to the County Council any grant money not spent and/or where the organisation / project does not comply with the terms and conditions of the funding.

Monitoring of Projects

Monitoring helps to demonstrate that the grant has been spent as agreed by Elected Members.

Organisations in receipt of funding will be asked to complete a brief survey of their activities and outcomes.

Organisations in receipt of funding may be asked to provide additional information, e.g. updates on how the project is progressing, or to assist with reporting, audit or other requirements.

The County Council may also arrange to visit the funded project where appropriate and if it is permitted and safe to do so.

Nottinghamshire County Council must be acknowledged as a funder as part of all publicity about the funded project, including any written or spoken public presentations.

Organisations may use the logos below to help promote the financial support of NCC:

Please follow the brand guidelines outlined in the acknowledging funding and publicity guidelines.

If you require larger or higher quality files, please contact our Communications Team at

Privacy Statement

All applicants need to confirm that they have read and agree with the Council's Privacy Statement.


All applications will be reviewed by the County Council against the funding criteria. The County Council will carry out relevant checks on the information provided as appropriate.

Elected Members make the decisions regarding funding awards. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application as soon as possible after completion of the decision-making process. This could be approximately 12 weeks after the closing date.

Fraud Response

The Council takes a zero tolerance stance towards fraud and corruption and will investigate and take the necessary action in cases of suspected fraud in line with the Council's Fraud Response Plan.

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