At Connectus, we are passionate about technology, connectivity and how modern advancements in both, are bringing people and businesses closer together.
The passion we have for supplying our customers with outstanding products and services is matched by a commitment to supporting those whose needs are anything but commercial.
A particularly cherished institution to the Connectus team is the Royal Liverpool Hospital. The hospital’s Pancreatic Division do incredible work in often testing conditions and we are proud to donate a portion of our fees from cyber-related projects to their ongoing research and treatment provision.
As well as the funding we provide to the Royal Liverpool Hospital, we also maintain supportive links to causes much further afield.
Connectus CEO, Roy Shelton, plays an active role in the company’s involvement with not-for-profit organisations having completed three infamously gruelling Tough Mudders to raise funds for pancreatic research, Friends of Gambian Schools (FROGS) and Help for Heroes.
Additionally, one of our board members, Kate O’Brien, is a trustee and director of Mobee Gambia, a mental health charity delivering practical, social and emotional support within people’s homes and currently in the process of building a community wellbeing centre to provide both residential and after-care during periods of crisis. Mobee also offers human resource support to patients and staff at Tanka Tanka Psychiatric hospital, the only mental health hospital in the country.
Kate regularly spends time in the community, volunteering in local schools, as well as supporting education abroad, with support for Cress and the Hope Project, providing board support and donations to these educational projects in war-torn South Sudan.
To date, Connectus’ CSR endeavours have raised a total of £25,000.