Martha’s Table and Maret Students Collaborate to Support Community

05.26.2016

Third graders from the Maret School in Northwest DC recently joined forces with Martha’s Table’s Pre-K3 students for one seriously awesome day of service. The students worked together to assemble toiletry bags for local community members, filling them with soap, shampoo, and fresh wash cloths. “It was important to me that both sets of students […]

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Martha’s Table’s Brings Community Together to Celebrate 16,000 Volunteers in 2015

05.10.2016

Ryan Palmer Martha’s Table Director of Stakeholder Engagement rpalmer@marthastable.org 202-328-6610   Martha’s Table’s Brings Community Together to Celebrate 16,000 Volunteers in 2015 DC-Based Organization and Partners Recognize Collective Community Efforts to Decrease Food Insecurity and Spread the Joy of Healthy Eating Throughout the City May 10, 2016 (Washington, D.C.) – On Thursday, May 12th, the Martha’s […]

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Shouting Out Our Volunteers This #NationalVolunteerWeek

04.14.2016

This ‪#‎NationalVolunteerWeek‬, we want to acknowledge all 16,000 of our dedicated, hardworking, and compassionate volunteers, who help keep our doors open 365 days a year. Thank you for standing with us because you, too, believe that every child deserves the opportunity for their brightest future, and a deeply engaged family and community committed to their […]

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Healthy Start Students and Families Celebrate Family Literacy Night

Family Literacy Night at Martha’s Table was an absolute blast! Complete with games, book giveaways, and even a celebrity appearance, all in attendance had a great time celebrating the joys of literacy. Check out some scenes from the night below: A Healthy Start student flashes his stack of “Literacy Bucks” while waiting to collect some brand […]

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MARTHA’S TABLE SPRING NEWSLETTER

04.13.2016

Letter from Patty Stonesifer As we head into spring, we’re seeing the fruits of your dedication to Martha’s Table. I hope you are proud of the successes you’ve made possible: Combating hunger with free, healthy meals and groceries; giving kids the education they need to succeed; and supporting older youth and parents with personal growth […]

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YOU SHARED, WE LISTENED!

Thanks to our donors, volunteers, neighbors, and friends who share their wonderful Martha’s Table stories on social media! Check out some of our favorite recent posts below, and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter! online!

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“THIS IS WHERE I CAME FROM” – A CONVERSATION WITH ISAIAH ALADEJOBI

Martha’s Table CEO Patty Stonesifer sat down to speak with one of Martha’s Table’s former students and our current Healthy Connections Program Assistant, Isaiah Aladejobi. Below are excerpts of their conversation. Patty: Well, first…tell me your story! Isaiah: I was born and raised in Washington, D.C., down the block [from Martha’s Table] on 12th Place […]

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THANK YOU FOR DINING AND DANCING TO TACKLE HUNGER IN D.C.

Thanks to the hundreds of philanthropists who supported Martha’s Table and DC Central Kitchen by participating in the 8th Annual Sips & Suppers event, despite the January blizzard! Because of your generosity, we raised over $600,000 to fight hunger in the District of Columbia. See you in 2017!

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SPREADING JOY AT 8 NEW MARKETS, THANKS TO YOU

Since January 2015, Martha’s Table has partnered with the Capital Area Food Bank to run Joyful Food Markets, free monthly pop-up markets that bring fresh produce, healthy pantry staples, and hands on food education to elementary schools east of the Anacostia River. Last month, we opened eight additional markets, bringing our current total to 21Joyful […]

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SAVE THE DATE: CHARITYWORKS EVENTS

Mark your calendars! CharityWorks will also host their annual Dream Ball on September 24th at the National Building Museum to benefit Martha’s Table, AfterSchool All-Stars, and the National Military Family Association. CharityWorks will hold its 100 Point Wine Event this year. Stay tuned for more information! Click here for more information!

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PRIDE ON DISPLAY AT BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION

In early March, Martha’s Table’s Healthy Start program held a wrap up celebration of Black History Month with a special student performance for parents and staff. Learning about African-American heritage and culture was a major component of our educational programming throughout February, and our students shared their learning through song, theater, and a video project. […]

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LETTER FROM PATTY STONESIFER

Dear Friend, As we head into spring, we’re seeing the fruits of your dedication to Martha’s Table. I hope you are proud of the successes you’ve made possible: Combating hunger with free, healthy meals and groceries; Giving kids the education they need to succeed; and Supporting older youth and parents with personal growth and work […]

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GOOD NEIGHBOR SPOTLIGHT: ELISE HOFFMANN & CHRIS NIEMCZEWSKI

Elise Hoffmann and Chris Niemczewski are quite the team. The couple not only shares a love of hiking, traveling, and reading, but they are also in business together, running Marshfield Associates. Chris and Elise first came to Martha’s Table as hosts for our annual Sips & Suppers fundraiser. As Chris puts it, “[Sips & Suppers] […]

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FOSTERING COMMUNITY: ANACOSTIA OUTFITTERS SUPPORTS LOCAL ARTISAN

After tending to a line of patrons, Ms. Malik straightens out her collection of bold, eclectic jewelry on the storefront table. She is set up at Martha’s Outfitters in Historic Anacostia, where she often sells her pieces. As a local boutique buyer and artisan, Ms. Malik has an eye for conversation-starting pieces, from delicate gold […]

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CASSEROLES & CONVERSATIONS: FOOD JUSTICE

Our Apple Society friends joined us last month to explore the topic of food justice as part of our “Casseroles and Conversations” series. Melissa Boteach of the Poverty to Prosperity Program at the Center for American Progress, Laura Flamm of the Baltimore City Health Department, and Sean Vanberschot of the Kitchen Community Foundation discussed the […]

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