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What is a Moving Helper?

Moving Helpers are listed on to provide packing, loading, and cleaning services to customers that need help with their move.



Pack customers' household goods at the start of their move.



Professionally and safely move customers' possessions into their rental equipment.


Professionally and efficiently unload customers' belongings from their rental equipment.


Unpack customers' belongings at their new home.


Cleaning services can be provided before or after the customer's move.

  • Packing
  • Loading
  • Unloading
  • Unpacking
  • Cleaning

Moving Helper is Perfect For...

College Students

When you work as a Moving Helper, you get to set your own schedule and work as many hours as you'd like each week. That's why being a Moving Helper is perfect for the college students who may have to work around class schedules and homework.

Being a Moving Helper has given me the most flexibility for my school schedule and I'm making twice as much as my friends who are waiting tables! Jason Armstrong | Valleywide Movers

Part-Time Work

Many Moving Helpers work part-time outside of their career to make extra money on the side. What's even better is you are your own boss - so work the jobs that you want and the hours that work best for you!

I've been working as a Moving Helper to make extra money for my kid's college fund. It's an easy was to make some extra dollars! Tim Massengale | A to Z Moving Company


Many Moving Help companies start off as a group of friends who are looking to start a new business together. Connecting with friends is a great way to take on bigger moving jobs and make more money in the process.

Me and my buddies joined Moving Help 2 years ago and we have so much fun that Moving Help is now our primary sources of income! Daniel Hawke | Friends with a Dolly
  • Family Members

    Many families have come together to become Moving Helpers. Having these close personal ties makes working together enjoyable and easier.

  • Small Business

    New start-ups or existing small businesses often become Moving Helpers. It's a great way to expand your customer base or quality of services offered.

  • Full-Time

    Many Moving Helpers started out as part-time, college students or just a group of friends, but have since blossomed into something bigger and better. These Moving Helpers have made this their main source of income and their career.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • I already have a job, can I still work as a Moving Helper?
    As a Moving Helper you work for yourself! Many Moving Helpers work part-time outside of their career to make extra money on the side. Since you are your own boss, you control how many jobs you get and the hours that work best for you!
  • I own a moving company, can I also be a Moving Helper?
    Moving Help connects customers to labor only service providers. We do not allow moving companies who provide their own equipment (ie. rental trucks, trailers, etc.) to participate in the labor only MarketPlace.
  • How do I get paid?
    In the United States, you can get customer payments Direct Deposited into a valid checking or savings account. Qualified Moving Helpers can also enroll to receive instant payment through paycard (Global Cash Card). Moving Helpers in Canada can receive payments through a PayPal account.
  • Do I have to work a minimum amount of hours? requires customers purchase a minimum of 2 hours for load/unload, pack/unpack or cleaning services.  This ensures you won't lose money taking on a job.
  • Do I need to be insured? is a labor only MarketPlace, Moving Helpers are not required to be bonded or insured. If the customer's apartment building/residence requires bonded movers, simply advise them you are completing a self-move and this is not required.
  • Are Moving Helpers Safe?
    The Moving Help MarketPlace creates a safe connection between the Moving Helper and the everyday customer who needs labor only services.
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