The UK’s community bank, Metro Bank, gives every colleague a Day to Amaze – essentially a paid day off to support a local charity or good cause. Colleagues from Metro Bank’s Solihull store chose to use their Day to Amaze by volunteering for Acorns Children’s Hospice – a charity providing palliative care and support to babies, children and young people aged up to 18 suffering from life threatening illnesses.
Metro Bank’s Watford store will join forces the Watford & West Herts Chambers of Commerce to host a face to face network event for local businesses at its High Street store on Friday June 24th at 10a.m.
Leicester colleagues from the UK’s community bank, Metro Bank have raised £986.89 for Cancer Research UK.
The UK’s community bank, Metro Bank, gives every colleague a Day to Amaze – essentially a paid day off to support a local charity or good cause. Tracey Smith a Metro Bank colleague and Bourne resident spent her Day to Amaze jumping out of a plane and raising £1,100 for the Pathological Demand Avoidance Society (PDA).
Merry Hill Metro Bank is supporting the All Stars Charity Football Match being played on Saturday June 18th at Highgate United FC in Shirley.
The UK’s community bank, Metro Bank, is offering consumer guidance about the summer of scams forecast to hit Britain as fraudsters and scammers react to recent health and government announcements.
Metro Bank colleagues from the Wimbledon store have delivered Money Zone - a financial education workshop to year 2 and year 6 schoolchildren at the Earlsfield Primary School.
Colleagues from the Crawley store of the UK’s community bank, Metro Bank rowed for 36 hours and raised £1201 for St Catherine’s Hospice.
Metro Bank colleagues from the Harrow store have delivered Money Zone - a financial education workshop - to year 3 and year 4 schoolchildren at the Quainton Hall School and Nursery. The aim of the complimentary workshop is to instil financial knowledge in the students from a young age.
Colleagues from the Liverpool Street Metro Bank store helped the Royal National Lifeboat Institution by hosting the charity fundraisers and their equipment in store whilst they collected donations worth £509.66 from commuters at nearby Liverpool Street Station.