Meet Us at The Maycroft – Doors Open on Wednesday, March 6, 2019!

02.20.2019

An exciting transition awaits Martha’s Table at the end of the month. We will host our last day of programming at our historic 14th Street location on Thursday, February 28, 2019. All of our high-quality programs (early childhood education, healthy food supports, and volunteer opportunities) will move with us to our newly renovated, thoughtfully designed […]

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Inclement Weather Updates – Wednesday, February 20, 2019

02.19.2019

Updated: Wednesday, February 20 at 6:45 AM Due to inclement weather, Martha’s Table programs and offices will be closed on Wednesday, February 20, 2019. The only program that will operate is McKenna’s Wagon – our mobile food van delivering hot meals downtown to neighbors experiencing homelessness or hunger. Thank you to our dedicated McKenna’s Wagon […]

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Join Us at The Table: Community Dinners

01.23.2019

Join us at the Table for a  Community Dinner: an opportunity to gather and nourish that is open to all, at no-cost. Thank you to Susan Gage Caterers​ for creating a delicious meal . . . cozy and comforting pot pie is on the menu. – Bring a friend, bring your family. – RSVP required. […]

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5 Ways to Shop at No Cost

01.17.2019

Five Ways to Shop at No Cost fresh fruits | vegetables | pantry items | no government ID required Martha’s Market at The Commons 2375 Elvans Road SE Monday – Friday 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM Extended hours on Tuesdays 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM Shop twice/month during government shutdown Martha’s Market at 14th Street […]

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Affected by the Shutdown? WE STAND WITH YOU.

01.14.2019

As the government shutdown continues, Martha’s Table is responding to the increased need for healthy food to support thousands of federal workers as well as employees in DC industries – restaurant, food trucks, federal contracts, etc. – who are feeling the effects of the furlough. Guests are welcome to shop for fresh produce and pantry […]

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Recap of Monthly e-updates

01.02.2019

Fall 2018 E-newsletter editions September 2018 Back to School in Two Centers Back to Markets – Joyful Food Markets Launch their 2018-2019 School Year Program Martha’s Outfitters Stands with Families with Young Children Volunteer Group of the Month:  Feeding America DC October 2018 Urban Alliance & Martha’s Table Partnership New Neighbors Join us at the […]

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December Newsletter

Read our December Newsletter here. Teacher Spotlight Lyft Grocery Access Program Volunteer Opportunities

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Action Alert: Volunteer Drivers Needed for McKenna’s Wagon

12.17.2018

McKenna’s Wagon offers chef-created, scratch-made hot meals, snacks, and beverages each night to residents of D.C. To ensure delivery of meals 365 days of the year, McKenna’s Wagon needs more drivers.  Two drivers are needed each night for a volunteer shift under 2 hours:  4:45pm ~ 6:30pm. Join us as a McKenna’s Wagon driver with these […]

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Martha’s Table Teams Up with Lyft to Address Barriers to Healthy Food Access

12.12.2018

On Tuesday, December 11, 2018 Martha’s Table and Lyft announced a pilot program to provide local families with $2.50 Lyft Shared rides to three grocery and market partners in Wards 7 and 8.  During a six-month pilot period from January through June, families with children enrolled at six participating elementary schools and Martha’s Table Early […]

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Request for Applications for Student Ambassadors

12.05.2018

Calling all college students passionate about food justice, empowering children & changing lives through non-profit management. Consider applying to be a Martha’s Table Student Ambassador to learn, to invest in your community and to connect with like-minded individuals in the DC Metro area. Contact Uneka King at UKing@marthastable.org for more information or see application below.   […]

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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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Healthy Connections Students Showcase a Summer of Self-Expression

08.11.2017

Photos by Kaliq Crosby Last week, we capped off the conclusion of our Healthy Connections summer programming with a pair of showcases where students shared the hard work they put in throughout the summer on a variety of creative projects. At their Tales from the Big Chair event at the Anacostia Arts Center, students exhibited […]

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Listen to Martha’s Table CEO Patty Stonesifer on Add Passion and Stir!

03.31.2017

Martha’s Table’s CEO Patty Stonesifer recently guest-starred on the Add Passion and Stir podcast to discuss her path to social activism and how the lessons she learned in the private sector are helping Martha’s Table stand with our neighbors. Patty is joined by fellow guest Nora Poullion, organic cooking pioneer, and host Billy Shore, founder […]

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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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