Move for Hunger Honors NorthStar Moving with Hunger Fighting Hero Award

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NorthStar Moving Recognized for Raising over Four Tons of Food to Feed Hungry Kids

"We are thrilled to be a part of the positive impact that NorthStar Moving has had on their community,” said Move For Hunger Director of Operations Dan Ratner.

NorthStar Moving® Company, the leading eco-luxury mover in California, announced today that it was awarded the “2014 Hunger Fighting Hero Award” by Move for Hunger for their commitment to fighting hunger in Los Angeles and Orange Counties.

The Fighting Hunger Hero is awarded to organizations that host a successful event to fight hunger in their area. NorthStar Moving’s second annual “Let’s Send Hunger Packing” food drive competition in partnership with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage raised 8,109 pounds of food to feed hungry children in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. The overwhelming volume of food collected and the awareness the company raised for hunger earned NorthStar Moving the award.

"We are thrilled to be a part of the positive impact that NorthStar Moving has had on their community,” said Move For Hunger Director of Operations Dan Ratner. “By raising over 8,000 pounds for the food insecure, they have taken massive strides towards reducing food insecurity in LA and Orange Counties. We look forward to continuing our partnership and watching as NorthStar Moving’s hunger relief efforts continue to grow!"

“I was so overwhelmed with the amount of food we raised this year and now I am so overwhelmed that an organization that fights hunger everyday is recognizing our efforts,” said NorthStar Moving Co-Founder Laura McHolm. “It truly takes a team of dedicated and caring people to raise that much food and together with our team at NorthStar Moving and the amazing team at Coldwell Banker we raised enough food for 6,487 meals! “I am so touched by the award, but more importantly I hope the recognition will build excitement for next year’s Let’s Send Hunger Packing food drive and keep everyone donating to their local food banks throughout the year. Let’s send Hunger Packing! ”

About NorthStar Moving
Founded in 1994, Los Angeles-based NorthStar Moving® Company has redefined the moving industry as the first to offer eco-luxury moving services, elevating basic moving and storage services to a new unparalleled level of customer service, customized care and environmental consciousness. Honored with more awards for service than any other moving company: “A+” rated by the Better Business Bureau, voted Citysearch “Best Mover,” earned the most five star ratings on Trustlink and Yelp, and recipient of dozens of awards for corporate culture, green practices, community outreach, and growth including multiple “Best Places to Work” awards and ranked on the Inc. 5,000 list for the fastest growing companies in the U.S. for seven consecutive years. The company's local, long distance and international moving, storage services, and eco-luxury packages have been featured in leading magazines including The Robb Report Collection and on multiple home and design television shows. NorthStar Moving has proven the state-of-the-art way to move is with its red carpet service, recommended by Coldwell Banker Concierge, The Franklin Report,, The Getty Museum, and an impressive list of celebrity clientele. NorthStar Moving’s mission is to exceed their clients’ expectations with graceful customer care and to move service back into what should have always been the ultimate service industry: the moving industry. For more information, please visit or call (800) Ask-Pros (800) 275-7767.

About Move For Hunger
Move For Hunger is a non-profit organization that works with relocation companies across North America to pick up unwanted, unopened food from those who are relocating and deliver it to local food banks. To date, Move For Hunger is working with over 600 movers across North America and has collected more than 3,800,000 pounds of food. For more information or to find out how you can help support Move For Hunger, visit

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