Entries by Russell Rolph

Local Area Partnerships – A Framework for Action in the ICS

Whether its in North or West Northamptonshire, Local Area Partnerships (or LAPS) are going to be an important component part of the new Integrated Care System (ICS) which became a reality in Northamptonshire from the 1st of July 2022. ICS Local Area Partnerships Identified | Voluntary Impact Northampton There will be 17 LAPS in total […]

An Integrated Care Strategy for Northamptonshire

As the Integrated Care System develops across Northamptonshire, the role of the Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) becomes clearer. One of the major outputs for the Partnership is the delivery on an Integrated Care Strategy. The timelines to produce this Strategy (set by NHS England) are tight (by December 2022) and this document is likely to […]

Systems and Structures of the ICS

25 VCSE organisations attended the latest virtual Network Session on the current developments within the ICS in Northamptonshire. The slide deck can be seen here What is the ICS? It’s a way of providing better healthcare to the residents of Northamptonshire by working in a more integrated fashion, which includes the VCSE sector as key […]

A View from the Turret

So you want to open a bank account? That seems like a simple thing that most charities would want to do at some point in their organisational journey. You would think that the banking industry would welcome charities with open arms (large and small) as it provides good business, makes perfect and logical sense and […]

State of the Sector Survey

We are once again asking you to reflect on the year that has just passed and complete our State of the Sector Survey for 2021/22. There are questions about your workforce, activities and beneficiaries. The impact that you make, The challenges you have overcome and your plans for the future.

Ukrainian resettlement

The Local Authority is coordinating all aspects of the Ukrainian welcome in conjunction with a range of different community and statutory partners.

Emmaus require volunteer support

Emmaus Village Carlton are about to host several Ukrainian refugees soon, all displaced by the ongoing conflict with Russia by providing accommodation which consists of one three-bedroom house, two one-bedroom flats and three bedrooms of shared accommodation.