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Logo of Secure-Rite Mobile StorageSecure-Rite Mobile Storage
Secure-Rite Mobile Storage is changing the way the world views and uses shipping containers. We have been bringing people and portable space together in meaningful and creative ways for 15 years.
Environmental stewardship
Secure-Rite Mobile Storage is inherently sustainable in our core business model and key product. We rent, sell and modify shipping containers that have been used to transport goods and materials from overseas. We take these used vessels and repurpose them for temporary and long term storage, or sell them to businesses that need temporary or long term onsite storage. By using this repurposed material, we are able to build a variety of custom structures across any industry.
We're committed to giving back to the community!
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123 Penno Road
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1X 6S1
Causes we care about

Top company causes

  • Animal Welfare

  • Housing and Homelessness

  • Philanthropy and Capacity Building

Social Mission
Community is a core value at Secure-Rite Mobile Storage we believe in giving back to the community through donations of time, product, and finances. Secure-Rite holds many social issues near and dear, including ending homelessness by working towards an affordable housing solution, minimizing the carbon footprint on the environment, providing experiences and opportunities for students to learn applied skills, and creating access to resources/commodities for those in need.
Some of the organizations we support
Fat Cat Children's Festival
United Way Southern Interior BC
Shoe Bank Canada
Downtown Kelowna Association
Festivals Kelowna
Inn From the Cold - Kelowna
What people are saying about us
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Marianne DahlUnited Way Southern Interior BC

Thanks to Secure-Rite for your support of the United Way Child Safety Initiative. Your partnership and in-kind support is vital to the program. We appreciate working with you and your team!

Stories of our community involvement
Letters like this from our partners absolutely warm our hearts. Thank you for the kind words, we're delighted to support the Rocky View Chestermere Agricultural Society!

"We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you for your generosity in donating the use of a sea can to the Rocky View Chestermere Agricultural Society. We can hardly believe it has been 25 months either!

As you may or may not know, our organization works out of an Atco-type trailer, so storage is at a premium. Thanks to the sea can, we have been able to purchase more equipment to further our programs. The beekeeping program has benefitted immensely as we have a place to store the equipment. More equipment means that we can include more community members in the program which is fantastic. We have also been able to consolidate other bulky items that were being kept at board member’s personal properties. It makes a huge difference knowing where everything is and having it easily accessible via the sea can.

In conclusion, please know that your sea can has made a big difference for the Rocky View Chestermere Agricultural Society. We hope that we can rely on your support and use of the sea can for years to come!"
The United Way Southern Interior BC serves the communities of the Okanagan, Columbia, Shuswap, and Similkameen regions. Each year, over 85,000 residents in this region benefit directly from United Way investments with 73 local charities, which focus on supporting kids, moving people from poverty to possibility and b and building strong, healthy communities. BCAA estimates as many as five percent – roughly 23,000 – of children in British Columbia don’t use an approved child car seat when travellin by car, despite the clear safety advantages to using one. The unfortunate reality is that some kids go unprotected because their families simply cannot afford the expense of a new car seat.

The Child Safety Initiative is a partnership powered by the Paul Docksteader Foundation, United Way Southern Interior BC, Kelowna General Hospital (KGH) Foundation, and Central Okanagan Foundation, which provides new car seats to families in financial need. The car seats are distributed to families throughout the Southern Interior of BC, thanks to a network of community partners who provide social services in these regions.

A 20' x 8' x 8.5' container allowed the United Way to securely stow a large delivery of 172 children's car seats while they prepared for distribution to 29 local charities throughout the Okanagan. This campaign was considered a huge success by the organizers!
We have been a proud supporter of the Central Okanagan Community Food Bank since 2010. We have donated the delivery and pickup of containers at various times to handle the oversight of dry food donations ($4,000+ in value). We've rallied our team to go down to the Food Bank warehouse after work and stuff 300+ family-sized hampers, totaling more than 200 volunteer hours. Not-for-profits are the heartbeat of our communities; thank-you for your incredible work and collective of volunteers that extend helping hands to as many people as possible!
Secure-Rite has donated $1000 to help towards the purchase of a much-needed vehicle for FAZL socks. Their target has been met, and the new vehicle will be deployed in 2021!

FAZL Socks came from a dream of setting up a social enterprise to help create sustainability for orphanages in India. While Mike and Vanessa, the Founders of FAZL Socks were in an Indian bazaar one day, Vanessa held up a pair of the handmade, local socks and asked, “What if we could not only support the children but the women who make the products too?”

To check out the great things FAZL Socks is up to, visit them: https://shopfazl.com/
When the pandemic began, the Animal Food Bank reached out for help as their inventory and current donations continued to grow and started to consume the home office of Nicole Wilks, Founder of the Animal Food Bank.

An 8' x 8' x 8.5' space in Nicole's driveway allowed her to better organize inventory and incoming donations and reclaim her home office space. In the months to follow, the space would also allow the Animal Food Bank to continue on their quest to keep the community and their pets together and fed. A modest 8' space has enabled the Animal Food Bank to receive and distribute 11,000 lbs. of dry pet food, 3,700 lbs. of wet pet food, and 3,000 lbs. over a 6-month period. This highlights the fact that a small contribution made by any company or individual can have a huge impact in our community!
The 8th Annual Kelowna Santas Program saw thousands of dollars in donations from sponsors like Kelowna Toyota, Secure-Rite Mobile Storage, Total Restoration, TD, Emil Anderson Construction, The Valens Company, and more. As a result, 620 kids throughout the Okanagan received gift deliveries from Kelowna Santas Elves this holiday season.

Read the full story here: https://www.kelownanow.com/watercooler/news/new...
This year, many families have found it difficult to afford pet food, supplies, and vet bills, and with the holidays right around the corner, our community needs all the help it can get for their pets. The Secure-Rite Team partnered with Total Pet (Kelowna) to host a week-long 'Fill The Container' event for the Animal Food Bank, where the aim was to fill a 20' x 8' x 8.5' shipping container to the brim with donations.

The event was so successful and the container was so full that Nicole Wilks, Founder of the Animal Food Bank and her volunteers could barely walk around inside the container. The team worked diligently over the span of a weekend to unload 2,000+ lbs. of pet food donations; this is enough food to feed the pets of approximately 36 families for a month. We are so proud and thankful for the generosity of the people in our community!

#FillTheContainer #FoodDrives
The Alberta Cancer Foundation brings together donors, patients, health care providers and researchers to close the gap between diagnosis and cure, and they are the official fundraising partner for all 17 Cancer Control Alberta cancer centres in Alberta.

Every day, 53 Albertans hear the words, “you have cancer.” The Alberta Cancer Foundation aims to make life better for Albertans facing cancer by offering three words in return – “we will help.”

This past summer, the Alberta Cancer Foundation's original goal was to host the Calgary Flames playoff run, but then quickly adapted to a drive-in movie concept when the Flames series came to an early end. Featuring classic movies on a 28ft diagonal LED screen, supported by three 40' stacked shipping containers, the ACF was pleased to host over 600 cars, 1,800+ people during a month-long event, with the help of 20 volunteers and 80 hours of their time, which resulted in over $20,000 raised for Albertans facing cancer. Partner sponsors and donations of resources, money, or time has made it possible for the Alberta Cancer Foundation to support patient access to clinical trials, a patient financial assistance program, and a patient navigator program.

As a community-driven business, Secure-Rite strives to change the way the world views and uses shipping containers by bringing people and portable space together in creative and meaningful ways. We are encouraged by the generosity of our community, and we will continue to challenge ourselves and those around us to keep giving. Find an organization that is helping those in need, or support a cause that is near to your heart! Remember that every bit helps, and even a small donation can yield huge results!
Food is rolling in! But there's still plenty of room to #FillTheContainer for Kelowna Chrysler Dodge Jeep on behalf of the Central Okanagan Community Food Bank. Let's work together to ensure our community has food on the table this holiday season!
We're committed to giving back to the community!
View the Pledge
123 Penno Road
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1X 6S1
Causes we care about

Top company causes

  • Animal Welfare

  • Housing and Homelessness

  • Philanthropy and Capacity Building

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