The Edridge Fund
We exist to provide money and support to people
in need in the Probation Service and Cafcass
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What our fund does...
The Fund was set up in 1934 in memory of Sydney George Edridge OBE, the founder and first General Secretary of Napo, and is now an independent registered charity.
Eligibility to benefit from the Edridge Fund extends to anyone in the Probation Service or Cafcass who is eligible to be a member of Napo, and their dependents.
This includes retired staff.
The Edridge Fund supports Probation and Cafcass staff
at times of stress and
Cafcass looks after the
interests of children involved
in family proceedings
Napo is a trade union, professional association and campaigning group. It represents more than 9000 probation and family court staff throughout the UK...read more
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for the fund
Registered U.K. Charity No. 803 493
The Edridge Fund of Napo
4 Chivalry Road, London, SW11 1HT
020 3397 7025
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Apply to The Edridge Fund now
You can download the application form to the fund below.
NB: if you are unable to download this form, please contact either your Edridge Rep or e mail us at email@example.com and we will send you a copy. Alternatively you can call our central voicemail on 020 3397 7025 and we will call you back
It is expected that all applications will be dealt with by the Trustees within three weeks. However, in cases of extreme emergency decisions can often be made within a very short time.
Equal Opportunities Statement
The Edridge Fund of Napo shall not discriminate on the grounds of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, disability, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, or marital or civil partnership status.
The Trustees will endeavour to ensure the local representatives are aware of and abide by the Equal Opportunities Statement and that potential beneficiaries are aware of the statement.
Please note that if, for any reason, you do not wish your local Edridge Rep to be aware of your application this should be clearly stated on your form.
26th Feb. 2015