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

financial crisis.

Cafcass looks after the

 interests of children involved

in family proceedings

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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

Help us raise money

for the fund

Registered U.K. Charity No. 803 493

The Edridge Fund of Napo
160 Falcon Road, London, SW11 2NY
Central Voicemail

020 3397 7025

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Our work offers hope and support to others.

Please donate even a small sum to keep our work going throughout the year.

                   Thank you.

Simply text SASY24 and

any amount between

£1 and £10

to 70070

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March 2017


Following the changes in Napo Branches after the "Transforming Rehabilitation " changes, we have now nearly completed our updating oif information about Edridge Area Representatives, and will be updating the information in the near future.


 

In the meantime if you want to find out who your local Edridge Representative is, please send an email to Sarah Byatt, our Administrator email office@edridgefund.org, or phone our voicemail on 020 3397 7025.

 

You can also use the "Contact us" page on this website.