Martha's Table In The News


Patty Stonesifer is getting her boots dirty

Patty Stonesifer, the former chief executive of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, played with children in the Martha’s Table day-care program in Washington last week.

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Former Gates Foundation Head to Leader of Food Pantry

To many in the nonprofit world, it was a shocking move: Patty Stonesifer, the former head of the largest foundation in the world, taking the helm of a hunger-relief charity in Washington.

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Martha’s Table to Open Second ‘Outfitters’ Location in Anacostic

Martha’s Outfitters, the thrift-shop clothing store on 14th St. NW run by nonprofit Martha’s Table, is opening a second location in historic Anacostia, assistant director of development Kimberly Lyons confirms.

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More Condos, but Human Service Providers Still Attract Investment

The imminent closure and relocation of Central Union Mission to make way for 50 condo units and retail spaces at 1350 R Street NW would seem to present a potent symbol of displacement brought about by urban renewal.

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Martha’s Table Renovates Kitchen with Expansion in Mind

Martha’s Table, a local food pantry and family services nonprofit, unveiled extensive kitchen renovations in preparation for what it says will be an “unparalleled period of expansion and growth during the next several years.”

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A Titan Goes to the Head of Martha’s Table

Patty Stonesifer, former CEO of Gates Foundation, to lead D.C. food pantry.

Learn More on The Washington Post