Cape Associates donates ramp to Cape Abilities Farm to Table in Chatham

Cape Abilities Farm to Table in Chatham would like to thank Cape Associates of Eastham for donating a wheelchair-accessible ramp, which was appreciated by both customers and employees.

Project Manager Trevor Meyer of Cape Associates with Taylor Jaques, who works at Cape Abilities Farm to Table.

The shop employs students from Chatham High School’s Special Needs Vocational Program.

Cape Abilities Associate Director Tom Zurn praised Cape Associates for their generosity and craftsmanship. “The quality of the ramp, the attention to detail was just amazing, and it fits in well with what we are trying to do there,” he said.

Cape Abilities Farm to Table is part of Cape Abilities, a nonprofit organization that provides jobs, homes and other services for people with disabilities across Cape Cod. For more information, visit www.CapeAbilities.org.

Courtesy of Cape Abilities.

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