About Our Race Team

Turn Your Miles Into Meals

Who We Are

Team Move For Hunger is a national fundraising program, dedicated to raising awareness to the often overlooked problem of hunger in North America. The funds raised by Team Move For Hunger enable us to mobilize local moving companies and individuals to take action in their communities and provide lifesaving meals to struggling families.

By becoming a member of Team Move For Hunger you will be joining our international network of relocation companies, industry specialists and (most importantly) inspired individuals who are committed to ending hunger in their local community. Once you join, you are eligible to receive exclusive Team Move For Hunger running gear and training tools to help you fundraise and prepare for your big race (more on those below).


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Who Can Join

Team Move For Hunger is open to any and all runners regardless of age, type of race or skill level. It doesn’t matter if you are just starting out on your first 5k, running in a Themed Run with a group of friends, or if you’re seasoned marathoner; you can turn your race into a run against hunger.


Team Move for Hunger runners that REACH A FUNDRAISING GOAL of $500 will enjoy:

  • Handy Move For Hunger water bottle
  • Performance tee for race day
  • Bi-monthly newsletter filled with fundraising and training tips
  • Personalized fundraising and training help
  • Free fundraising webpage
  • Paid race entry

Racers who raise above $1,000 will receive some awesome incentives including stylish Move for Hunger race gear! Learn more about our Race Team Incentives

NEED MORE INFO? Call Team Captain Emily at 732-832-5025 for all the details to see how YOU can turn your miles into meals!

Team Member Highlight

Runner Highlight | Dustin Johnson

Our lastest Team Move For Hunger highlight features one of our runners for the upcoming CNO Financial Indianapolis Monumental Marathon, 1/2 Marathon & 5K. Dustin Johnson is going to be running the half marathon on November 4 after raising more than $500 by harnessing the power of social media. By giving regular updates and tagging donors, Dustin was able… View Article

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