To help off

to help to go or pass away, as time; to assist in removing.

See also: Help

References in classic literature ?
There has been a law passed forbidding people to help off the slaves that come over from Kentucky, my dear; so much of that thing has been done by these reckless Abolitionists, that our brethren in Kentucky are very strongly excited, and it seems necessary, and no more than Christian and kind, that something should be done by our state to quiet the excitement.
Wayfinders and assistants are to help off the route.
They each make short and pithy speeches to the gathering of more than 1,200 people, either pledging to help off line businesses to embrace Internet, or sharing experiences on how Internet aids business growth.