Families Learn how to Bring Literacy to all Parts of their Children’s Lives

03.30.2018

On March 29th, families and students from our education programs joined the Martha’s Table community for our annual Family Literacy Night! This year’s theme was “Blueprints for Literacy”. Each classroom was designed to resemble a part daily life, like the bedroom, the car, the laundry room. Parents and their children learned how to incorporate literacy […]

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Thank you for showing your love in 2017!

02.22.2018

Our community showed their love in 2017, making it one of our most impactful years ever! Take a look at the ways our community partners, donors, volunteers, and staff made a difference in the lives of our neighbors over the past year: Thank you for building a brighter future with us in 2017. Make sure […]

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Building a Brighter Future: Ms. Flo’s Story

12.14.2017

  I spend each day preparing food for hundreds of neighbors through McKenna’s Wagon and our on-site afternoon meal service. Food has always been a way to express my love and gratitude, and I strive for excellence with everything I cook. I think about the people to use our meal services, and I want them […]

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Building A Brighter Future: Sequoya’s Story

  I’ve been teaching at Martha’s Table for ten years, and I celebrate every day as a new opportunity to open my students’ eyes to the world around them. At Martha’s Table, we provide high-quality early childhood education–not just childcare. If you walked into my classroom, it might look like we’re just playing. But we’re […]

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Building a Brighter Future: Becky’s Story

  I love language and guiding children through their development. As a Literacy Coach at Martha’s Table, I work with teachers to bring literacy-based activities into the classroom, and help them look for skills distinct to each student that will help them build reading skills as they get older. I love my job because I […]

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Building a Brighter Future: Shani’s Story

  I’m a proud Joyful Food Market shopper and volunteer. Each month, I spend an afternoon at my child’s school helping my neighbors shop for healthy food and working with the Chef Educators to get children and their parents excited about eating healthy. These markets are so important to my family. As a mother of […]

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Building a Brighter Future: John’s Story

After I retired, I just wanted spend my time helping others. Now, I find myself in Martha’s Table’s food prep room chopping onions every Thursday with a crew of regular volunteers. I’ve been inspired by the stories of people who used Martha’s Table as a resource when their family was in a rough patch. But […]

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Building a Brighter Future: Rob’s Story

I was born and raised in Southeast D.C., and I know how difficult it can be for families in my community to access affordable, healthy food. At Martha’s Table, I have the opportunity to do what I love while standing with the community I call home. I spend each afternoon as a Chef Educator at […]

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Building a Brighter Future: Our Stories

12.13.2017

As you may have heard us say over the last year, we are “building a brighter future”. For us it is more than just a saying, it is about ensuring that every child has the opportunity for their brightest future and a deeply engaged family and community committed to their success. But we cannot do […]

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Students Explore Future Careers During Spring Break

04.21.2017

Over the last week, our Out of School time students spent the week learning about new career opportunities during Career Week. The week kicked off with a visit to the new National Museum of African American History and Culture on Tuesday, followed by a visit from D.C. Councilmember At-Large, Robert White.  Over the next two […]

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#MTWellness Challenge: Building Staff Comradery at Martha’s Table

04.07.2017

During the Month of March, or National Nutrition Month, Martha’s Table staff competed in the first ever #MTWellness Challenge. Over 40 staff members competed alongside each other with walking clubs during lunchtime, eating more fruits and vegetables and walking over 10,000 steps a day. Caron Gremont, Director of Healthy Eating at Martha’s Table, developed the […]

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Tiffany Williams

02.01.2016

Tiffany Williams, Director of Healthy Start Tiffany’s career in early childhood education spans more than 20 years. Tiffany joined the Martha’s Table from the National Child Research Center (NCRC), where over the years she held roles ranging from Lead Teacher to Coordinator of Staff Development to Assistant Head of School, a position she held for […]

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Ryan Palmer

07.15.2015

Director of Stakeholder Engagement

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Amy Kurz

03.08.2015

Chief Operating Officer

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Caron Gremont

03.28.2014

Senior Director of Healthy Eating

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