Commons Learning Project


In collaboration with the Horning Family Fund, Horning Brothers, and Community of Hope, we will be working in the coming months to understand the assets and challenges facing the Hillsdale neighborhood and to gather community feedback to ensure a mix of programs that will spur a healthy start and strengthen health and well-being for all families.

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New Mobile Market Launches


Martha’s Table and Arcadia Join Forces to Launch Mobile Farmer’s Market

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Support Family Literacy


This week is National Children’s Book Week! And here at Martha’s Table, we are celebrating all week long with fun activities centered around the joy of reading.

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Give Hunger A Summer Break


Summer food costs for families with children will go up an average of $300 per month.

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Taste of Spring Sponsorship Opportunities

Help make the Taste of Spring event a success. Sponsor a table and provide a great meal for those in need.

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Taste of Spring

We need your help! Sponsor at table or volunteer on May 3 for the Taste of Spring event.

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Dr. Seuss books needed!


Celebrate Read Across America Month with our education programs and help every child take home a Dr. Seuss book.

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Martha’s Markets


Did you know we distribute hundreds of pounds of food at 11 monthly markets?

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Share in our audacity


Thank you for supporting our work and sharing in our audacity. Please enjoy and share this video, based on a famous quote from Martin Luther King, Jr., that inspires our shared work every day.

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Put sleeping bags on McKenna’s Wagon


Let’s put sleeping bags on McKenna’s Wagon. If you’re warm right now, buy a sleeping bag to help the homeless get warm too.

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What Would Martin Luther King Jr. do?


As we celebrate the birthday of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., it’s a good time to remember his legacy of nonviolence and social justice – and the courageous way he tackled the biggest challenges of his day, even when it was dangerous, unpopular or difficult to do so.

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