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We believe every Washingtonian deserves the opportunity to thrive. We support strong children, strong families, and strong communities by increasing access to quality education, health and wellness, and family resources.
For 40 years, we have supported strong children, strong families, and strong communities in Washington, D.C. With our three locations, we stand firmly alongside neighbors on both sides of the Anacostia River, offering high-quality education, health and wellness, and family services to D.C. residents
“The Joyful Food Market brings so much to our community. My girls love the foods that the chef prepares and I love that…I take the recipes home and introduce these things to the rest of my family.”
“The teachers at Martha’s Table go above and beyond. They’ve helped me transition Zayli to her own bed, helped get her potty trained, and even helped me work out academic and professional goals for myself.”
“I am surprised at the impact that the Joyful Food Market has had on my family…the entire family tries to incorporate new fruits and vegetables into our diets now.”
“The no-cost lobby market keeps my pantry stacked and my wallet full. So, I stop by once a month. I feel welcomed every time.”
“I am grateful to be a part of Martha’s Table. As a teacher, we leave our egos at the door and are fully present. We teach the whole child and sing and play as a way of learning. They do not just sit to be tested. They prepare socially and emotionally as well as academically for Kindergarten.”
July 31, 2020 at 2:48 PM
Continuing to support MT families right now is incredibly important. With this in mind, our family engagement team works incredibly hard to remain connected with parents.
July 6, 2020 at 6:13 PM
For D.C. residents, the “new normal” can take many forms. Ra’Chelle Dennis, a mother of two, Ward 8 business owner, and parent of a child enrolled in Martha’s Table’s early childhood education program, shares her perspective inside the pandemic. Here is her story in her own words…
May 1, 2020 at 12:37 PM
Right now, we’re living in an unfamiliar time, forced to deviate from our daily routines. While each of us is doing the best we can, no one has shined more than our educators.