Martha's Table In The News


Martha’s Table: Charity Spotlight

You can learn a lot about a city from its charitable organizations.

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Sunday Night Suppers: Alice Waters and Joan Nathan Pop In at the Purdum-Myers Party

It was a foodie fantasy in the Palisades last night, where Todd Gray and Spike Gjerde conjured up a wintertime feast to benefit Martha’s Table and DC Central Kitchen.

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Gourmet Japanese Food, Kosher-Style

In her new blog, Vered Guttman shows how kosher food can be turned into a delicious gourmet meal, and that even top U.S. chefs can be recruited for the task – if it’s for a good cause.

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Feast for a Cause

Sarah and Bob Nixon hosted a benefit with celebrity guest chefs for DC Central Kitchen and Martha’s Table.

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Martha’s Table Help the Homeless

Martha’s Table aims to help D.C. area youth by addressing the problems faced by poverty-stricken families and individuals. Martha’s Table provides a support system to underprivileged families by caring for children in a daycare and after school program, supplying them with food and educating parents on breaking the cycle of poverty.

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Non-Profits Could Lose More than Money if Fannie and Freddie Giving Ends

The study released Monday by a coalition representing the nonprofit, philanthropic, government and business sectors in D.C. examining a decrease of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s philanthropy is creating a call to action for local corporations to become leaders in their communities — and to use Fannie and Freddie as models of how it can be done well. Melanie Alnwick from Fox 5 asked me recently who should step up to fill this void.

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