Desiree Moss applied and was selected for the Move 4 Less Moving Our Community program in January of 2022. Desiree was shocked that she was picked so soon. She said, “I really wasn’t expecting a call back. I thought there would be a long process to go through. Then I got a call from Eyrick. I got teary-eyed that Move 4 Less would be helping me. My other moving assistance fell through, and I don’t have money to pay for movers. I didn’t know what I was going to do. When Eyrick told me, I said, “Are you serious?” I didn’t believe it. I’m so grateful. You guys are a lifesaver.”

Desiree lost her job this past year. She worked to help fight elder abuse. The NV Attorney General even appointed her to be an advocate for elder abuse for Southern Nevada. She has a heart to help others. While working on her next steps in life, she is hoping to get grant money to open a business of her own. She found Move 4 Less by researching options online of ways to find help. She had found a news article about it and even though it was an older article, she still applied. She says that the promptness and care of concern from Move 4 Less was great. She is very appreciative. She was hit hard last year and needed a win!  We are grateful that we could help her move into her next chapter!

The families selected by Move 4 Less for the Moving Our Community program were based on applications submitted during the 3rd cycle. Some of the moves have been delayed due to the families trying to find places they can afford and/or qualify for, given they may still be out of work. Move 4 Less continues to participate in a wide range of community activities throughout the Las Vegas Valley. The company has always had the heart to give back where they can. Currently, they are offering their trucks and moving staff to help move essential items throughout the valley.

To learn more about their community involvement, visit here.

For more information about Move 4 Less, visit or call 702-381-1200.

*The moves provided at no cost to the Moving Our Community recipients were personally paid for by the owners of Move 4 Less.