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Martha’s Table distributes food to people experiencing homelessness every day — Christmas was no exception

This Christmas, Martha’s Table distributed over 100 hot meals to people experiencing homelessness in D.C., as part of their ongoing daily food distribution program, McKenna’s Wagon.

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500 DC families received $1,100 a week. Here’s how it helped them.

In Ward 8, four organizations have come together to help residents improve their financial situation in a simple way — by giving them five monthly cash payments of $1,100.

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Martha’s Table’s no-cost clothing boutique is now available to DC’s returning citizens

Local nonprofit Martha’s Table announced a new partnership with the Mayor’s Office on Returning Citizen Affairs to open its Outfitters program to returning citizens who are coming home to D.C. A credit card to Martha’s Table Outfitters is now included in the welcome home package MORCA provides, with no extra referral step or application process required.

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Markets Provide Free Nutritious Food to Students, Families

On a Wednesday afternoon at Neval Thomas Elementary School, parents moved slowly through the school’s gym, chatting with other families while their children sprinted around the room laughing and dancing to pop music that blasted from a nearby speaker. One toddler bobbed happily up and down while munching on an Oreo. This is a Joyful Food Market, one of 29 pop-up markets in Wards 7 and 8 where children and their families receive free healthy produce and pantry staples, while learning about healthy eating practices.

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