April is Stress Awareness Month, an event that aims to raise awareness of the "causes and cures for our modern stress epidemic".
As the COVID-19 outbreak takes its toll on British life and the economy, what can you do to help others and keep your own finances in check?
I wanted to give you an update on the impact of COVID-19 on Metfriendly. Our business is operating as normal and we are coordinating our response to the virus to ensure we can continue to deliver for our members, look after the health of our employees and maintain the continuity of our business.
We’re delighted to announce the results of this year's quiz, revealing what our members really think about Christmas and what they're looking forward to in 2020.
Metfriendly new joiner Simon Horgan talks about why he’s passionate about helping police officers.
We're proud to support new charity the London Retired Police Dogs Trust, with whom we've produced our 2020 calendar.
Our newest recruit, Joey, spoke to us about his role at Metfriendly, his parents' careers in the police and his financial plans for the future.
This year we are proud to be supporting Light the Lakes.
We're delighted to announce that Metfriendly is now a proud sponsor of the Met Police Choir.
The Met Police Rugby Club host Touch Rugby sessions at Imber Court on Monday nights from 7pm and you are invited to join.
Metfriendly have proudly sponsored the Memorial Flame at Hendon Regional Learning Centre since its inception in 2016.
We would like to say thanks to female officers for their commitment and dedication to policing over the last century.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Kathy Byrne as the Society's next Chief Executive Officer.
Kathy Byrne has been appointed as Metfriendly’s new Chief Executive Officer and will take over the role from interim CEO Mark Myers as of 1st January 2019. Mark has led the Society since[..]