Businesses & Partnerships
Cape Abilities Farm
Cape Abilities Farm operates a farm with greenhouses and farm stand on Route 6A in Dennis that has attracted a loyal following of people who crave high-quality, locally-grown produce. We also grow produce at our historic farm property in Marstons Mills. The farm employs some 80 people with disabilities who work in all aspects of farm management.
Cape Abilities Farm to Table
Launched in 2011, Cape Abilities Farm to Table is located in Chatham’s Historic District on the way to Chatham Lighthouse. The shop carries all the great produce and products from Cape Abilities Farm, plus works by local artists, T-shirts, cold drinks and snacks.
Cape Abilities Consignment & Thrift Shop
Cape Abilities Consignment & Thrift Shop opened in 2009, and in November 2010 relocated to an expanded shop just up the street, next to the fire station and across from the post office. The shop features fine furniture, antiques and collectibles.
Welcome to Cape Cod Beach Buckets and Beach Bags
Provide local and national businesses with an innovative and effective way to reach families vacationing on Cape Cod.
- 70 Cape Abilities participants work on Welcome to Cape Cod Beach Buckets
- We deliver 30,000 beach buckets and bags each summer
- We deliver to over 100 realtor offices and select condominiums across Cape Cod
- We travel over 4000 miles each summer
Cape Abilities Vending
Another of our entrepreneurial businesses, our Vending operation employs many people with disabilities who service machines across Cape Cod.
Centerville Pie Co.
This local business established a Pie Kitchen at Cape Abilities in Hyannis, and now employ people with disabilities who are proud to help make the famous pies.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (WHOI)
In an exciting new partnership, Cape Abilities has teamed up with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution to create jobs for people with disabilities and address some of today’s most pressing scientific issues.