If you haven’t yet hopped on the food truck bandwagon, here’s a chance to do it for a good cause. (Not that filling your belly isn’t.)

It’s the first food truck rally to be held in West Palm Beach, and it will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Dubbed— appropriately enough — TruckStop, the event takes place on Wednesday, April 16, from 6 to 9 p.m., on the private lot of Palm Beach Motor Cars.

Among the food truckers: PBC’s own Curbside Gourmet and Spring In Roll Out, along with Bite Gastrotruck and HipPOPS from Miami and Taco Fresh from Fort Lauderdale. They’ll be dishing all manner of sweet and savory treats, along with Passover-friendly dishes, all to be washed down with craft cocktails and fresh-pressed juices.

Tickets are $100 per person, to get ‘em and get more information, call IT Events + Media at 561/801-0767.