Potted Plants for Seniors Bringing New Food Truck to Cape Cod

HARWICH PORT – Potted Plants for Seniors will be running a new food truck for seniors and veterans in Harwich Port located at Bud’s Mini Golf.

The new truck venture is part of a nonprofit program that has been going on since 2020 during the COVID pandemic with a mission to help the elderly population on Cape, according to founder Sarah Dennis.

“February 22 of this year we turn three years old; we are 501(c)(3) nonprofit,” Dennis said.

“We have managed not to take any grants yet and have had the community completely fund this as well as having students, seniors, veterans, and us volunteering.”

The program started out delivering plants and cards to seniors. Now, Dennis explained that the goal of the new food truck program will be to feed members of some of the region’s most vulnerable groups–all with help from local stakeholders.

“We really need an electrician to help, we need a plumber to hook up the plumbing, we need auto-body work as far as it being painted and also to help with the windows to be lifted out and we need large freezer chests,” Dennis continued.

The program is asking for any help that the community can give, whether it is physical or monetary.

For more information, visit their Facebook.

NOTE: This article was updated for clarity on June 27.

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