Martha's Table In The News


Martha’s Table mentioned in Forbes.

Mike Masserman, Head of Global Policy and Social Impact at Lyft

“Twenty three and a half million Americans are living in food deserts. In places like D.C., in Ward Seven and Eight, they’re also living in transportation deserts. So, we partner with Martha’s Table in DC to provide reduced rides for people to get to the grocery store,” Masserman says. “We’re now launching that program all across the country.”

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Martha’s Table President and CEO Kim R. Ford featured on the Kojo Nnamdi Show

Our President and CEO, Kim R. Ford, was able to participate in a panel alongside other elected officials, residents, business owners and community leaders about what it takes to succeed as a small business in one of the city’s most underserved neighborhoods — a community that is also facing the highest unemployment rate in the city.

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Big Bird And Company Are Here In D.C. For Sesame Street Day

“B” is for busy when it comes to Big Bird, who spent the morning with Mayor Muriel Bowser at Martha’s Table, sharing his favorite fruit with the youngsters assembled (he provided some hints: it’s a yellow fruit that begins with the same letter as his name).

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Sesame Street Makes Pit Stop at Martha’s Table, Joined by DC Mayor

Count von Count and Big Bird are celebrating Sesame Street’s 50th anniversary with a nationwide road trip, teaching kids about healthy lifestyle choices.

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‘Sesame Street’ comes to D.C. to celebrate 50th anniversary

The long-running PBS and now also HBO show “Sesame Street” is celebrating its 50th anniversary by going on a road tour, and the first stop was in Southeast Washington Friday morning.

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Sesame Street Celebrates 50 Years with Visit to DC

Sesame Street characters including Big Bird and Count von Count visited D.C. as part of its nationwide road trip. Mayor Muriel Bowser and her daughter joined children at Martha’s Table to meet Sesame Street characters and learn about healthy eating.

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