Jan France, CEO of America's Disaster Relief, parks her mexican food stand at the Tarpon Sunday Market on the second and fourth Sunday of each month with one goal in mind: helping others.
France says that 100 percent of the net proceeds are donated to areas around the United States that have been struck by disaster.
Currently, funds being raised are heading up north to Super Storm Sandy victims.
Dishes offered from the mexican-style truck include tacos, burritos, quesadillas, tamales and tostadas.
Try the vegetarian tamale ($5), which is a banana leaf-wrapped corn tortilla stuffed with potatoes, peas and carrots. Pork and chicken are also available at France's food stand.
America's Disaster Relief is a 501(c)(3) approved organization, according to France.
The truck makes stops all around the country and folks can keep track of the upcoming agenda by following America's Disaster Relief on Facebook.
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