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At Connectus, we are passionate about technology and connectivity and how modern advances in both are bringing people and businesses closer together.

The passion we have for supplying our customers with outstanding managed services is matched by a commitment to supporting those whose needs are anything but commercial.

CEO Roy Shelton, will be taking part in the Yorkshire 3 peaks.

They are taking part in this adventure in order to raise much needed funds for R Charity, who raise money to help to support all of The Royal, Aintree and Broadgreen Hospitals.

Help Roy, Oliver & George to meet their £2,000 goal by donating here.


Spartan Survival was established to provide authentic bushcraft and survival training courses and live on the ground experiences to families, schools and businesses.

The courses are designed to educate, improve confidence and improve mental strength whilst enjoying your surroundings with friends, family or work colleagues.

CEO Roy Shelton and Group Commercial Director have both taken part with their sons in support of this fantastic local business in Cheshire. Roy and Mark have also taken part in this course in order to raise much needed funds for R Chairty, who raise money to help to support all of The Royal, Aintree and Broadgreen Hospitals.

R Charity is the charity for the Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust.

They raise funds and help to support all of the Liverpool sites at The Royal, Aintree and Broadgreen Hospitals.

Every penny raised through fundraising initiatives contributes to the health & wellbeing of their patients, their families and their staff.

In October 2021 Connectus will support the The Royal Hospital Ball at the Titanic Hotel in aid of R Charity.

Doncaster Business for the Community (DB4C) work exclusively to raise much-needed funds for Doncaster based charities and the local community.

Our team member Steve represented Connectus in their 2021 Doncaster Business Community Cup, which broke their fundraising goal of raising thousands of pounds to support local good causes in the community.

The charitable organisation was developed as a way of forging stronger relationships between local businesses, helping to improve the health and wellbeing of those taking part, and helping to improve the health and wellbeing of employers and their staff within the borough.

Connectus proudly sponsors Bentley Village FC, the dream of two friends who love football!

We share the dream and excitement in forming the club that will provide more opportunities for local players to play in the prospering Doncaster Rovers Saturday league.

As Chair of the Chester Business Club, Connectus CEO Roy Shelton supports the club by sponsoring their annual Golf Day at Eaton Golf Club. Connectus also sponsor the clubs annual ball at the Pavillion, Chester Racecourse.

Both of these events are organised to raise much needed funds for local charities in Chester.

Connectus sponsors club captain Jono Ross and also Winger, Tom Roebuck from Chester’s Sale Sharks Rugby Club.

We also sponsor 150 hospitality seats per season among other benefits.

Connectus’ Senior Engineer, Olli Blackshaw plays rugby for the first XV at Marple RUFC.

Connectus support Olli and his team by sponsoring the team and supporting grass roots sport which not only supports our staff but also builds awareness of our brand around the North West.

Embassy is a Manchester based charity which provide much needed wrap-around support for the city’s homeless and vulnerable men. Embassy Village gives a safe environment to enable them to get back on their feet.

Connectus supports this fantastic charity by offering free broadband so that Embassy can reintegrate vulnerable people back into society by helping them to find work and a home of their own, reducing the pressure on local councils. They work hard with residents to build their confidence and life skills so they can contribute to society again.

Let’s Go Forward came about in response to the redundancies announced by Thomas Cook in 2019.

The initiative centred around an event which aimed to give skills, inspiration and support to help those in our community who were affected. Although the event was initially conceived for Thomas Cook staff, anyone dealing with redundancy was welcome.

Our Group Commercial Director Mark is a trustee for this not for profit which aims to help support, retrain and provide guidance to help each person find their best outcome, whether that is a new job, set up a business or whatever is right for them.