Looking for a convenient location near the hospital on 36th Street in Vero Beach to grab a yummy lunch? This is your chance to visit the Dignity Food Truck on Tuesday, April 11 when it will be serving lunch outside the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center.
The bright red food truck will be there with a special menu from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. serving up several award-winning items that include a Fresh Pineapple Bowl filled with rice and a choice of chicken or shrimp, drizzled with the signature “MO” Sauce, or one delicious Dignity Burger served with lettuce, tomato, onion, mayo, American Cheese with a choice of a side salad, potato salad, or tuna salad plus beverages of your choice.
The Dignity Food Truck is a social enterprise that is geared to sell award-winning foods throughout the community. Your visit will support chefs from the Dining with Dignity Program by providing hand-on training with made-to-order meals for real customers. This the Dignity Food Trucks first stop by the hospital and we are excited about meeting new customers!
I am Ministries DBA The Source is a Christian social outreach ministry that has been empowering communities into a lifestyle of service for the homeless since 1995. Founded in Indian River County, the organization serves its homeless neighbors through core programs that include Dining with Dignity-a culinary employability training program, Dignity Catering and Dignity Food Trucks, Dignity Buses-mobile overnight emergency shelters sleeping nearly 40 nightly, Dignity Village-20 affordable housing units, as well as a myriad of programs and services that instill a sense of community. For more information on The Source, contact Executive Director Anthony Zorbaugh or Development Director Jonathan Orozco at 772-564-0202.