Kelly's Storage, established in 1937, is a family run business based in Guildford. We offer innovative solutions to every storage requirement from home, business and student through to archive and data storage, records management, shredding and scanning to straightforward household removals. We aim to be an example of how a business can benefit their community, provide an exceptionally happy workplace and deliver an exceptional customer experience.
We have an innovative approach to charitable giving. We have a department dedicated solely to organising active sporting events that provide huge fundraising opportunities for local charities with whom we form long term relationships. The whole company contributes to each event in all manner of ways and our staff have been inspired by what we do and the charities we support.
We care about our local community and about our environment too. We have obtained ISO 14001 Certification which gives immediate reassurance that we have taken steps to minimise our organisation’s impact on the environment.
Kelly's are Green!
What people are saying
We are delighted to once again have been involved in this fantastic day with Kelly’s Storage Charity Events. Their support over the past seven years has been invaluable for Challengers, with this year’s cycling event raising an incredible amount of money, 100% of which Challengers receives. That money will go directly towards providing exciting play and leisure activities to disabled children and young people, such as messy art, dance workshops as well as trips out to the beach or cinema. We cannot thank them enough
I just wanted to say a huge thank you for supporting Shooting Star Children’s Hospices with your event on Saturday. It was a real pleasure to meet you and attend the event.
Shooting Star Chase
Thank you for a well organised event on Monday - it was a good event so well done to the team!
Beautiful setting of Loseley House to start and finish, tough hills but great cross country course, and all for charity. Marshalling was excellent, and drinks stations had much needed jelly babies, always welcome.