What we do?

The Edridge Fund exists to provide money and support to people in need in the Probation Service and Family Courts Service

Latest News:

During these unprecedented times, The Edridge Fund of Napo is still accepting applications for assistance.

However, these can only be accepted using the online form or via email at this time. Please do not send applications via Royal Mail as we are unable to access these at present. If you do have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you and stay safe.  (06.05.2020)

NEW: Annual Report 2019

A copy of this report is available here – updated 17.11.2020

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Napo AGM news:

‘We had another successful time on the Edridge stall at AGM this year, although the shorter event and location of the stalls was a challenge in terms of footfall. We understand that plans are being made for next year that may enable us to run the stall for longer and in a position that can maximise our contact with members. Thanks to NAPO staff for all their efforts to assist us on the stall- we really appreciate it’…read much more content here.


Our latest Annual Report? – see more here

What our fund does…

Many Probation and Family Courts Service staff spend their working lives dealing with other people’s problems but do not always know where to turn when things get difficult for themselves.

The Edridge Fund is here to provide money, support and help if you need it. This could mean cash to cope with an immediate crisis, and for support and advice from one of our Representatives. We are unable to provide financial advice, but try to assist applicants with advice about other sources of help.

If you need to apply for help from the Edridge Fund, please go to our “Apply Now” page, where you can find an application form, which you can download, or there is an on-line application form.

If you are unsure as to whether you would be eligible to apply, there is further information in our “Application Guidelines”.