Martha's Table In The News


Wizards, Mystics, and MSE Foundation bring holiday cheer to Martha’s Table!

On Thursday, the Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation, joined by players and staff from the Washington Wizards and Washington Mystics, made stops at three Southeast D.C. locations for their annual Family-To-Family holiday gift delivery event.

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What’s New With Martha’s Table? The local institution’s new leader talks about its recent changes.

Martha’s Table, which has long provided food and education for DC families that need help, has undergone a lot of changes lately, including a new headquarters near the Anacostia Community Museum in Southeast and a new CEO, Kim Ford. We talked to Ford—a Sidwell Friends alum and former Obama White House staffer—about what the nonprofit is up to.

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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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National Museum of the American Indian announces Thanksgiving Partnership with Martha’s Table

Chef Freddie of Mitsitam Cafe announces the Thanksgiving Dinner-to-go meals will benefit Martha’s Table. For every 25 orders, the National Museum of the American Indian will donate a meal to a Martha’s Table family!

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Women Who Mean Business: Kim R. Ford

Stephanie Shipman, Contributing Writer

“Ford’s familiarity with Martha’s Table and her education background are serving her well as the nonprofit expands to support residents on both sides of the Anacostia River.”

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