Martha’s Table transforms lives by engaging the community in developing sustainable solutions to poverty. We meet core needs of our clients with education, nutrition, clothing, and family support programs that prepare young people, from infancy through adulthood, for a promising future.
Martha’s Table helps 1,100 people a day deal with the immediate effects of poverty and finds long-term solutions with education, nutrition and family support services. Martha’s Table addresses emergency needs with food and clothing programs and breaks the long cycle of poverty with education and family strengthening programs.
Martha’s Table works to create positive outcomes with;
- Tutorial, educational, job training and recreational programs during the school year and in the summer for approximately 250 children and youth ages 3 months to 24 years old;
- Family support services, including groceries, Martha's Outfitters - a thrift store and clothing distribution center; screenings and referrals; Meals to the homeless every day of the year at numerous sites throughout the city as well as meals for senior shut-ins and Collaborations with 200 other organizations to coordinate efficiently a variety of services.
- More than 10,000 people a year from schools, businesses, faith based groups and the community volunteer with us and learn about services and the value of helping their neighbors.