Martha's Table In The News


Lyft and Martha’s Table Partner to Get Ward 7 and 8 Residents to Grocery Stores

To qualify for the six-month pilot program, families must have a child enrolled in one of seven elementary schools.

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Air Canada pop-up ‘Poutinerie’ serves fries and cheese curds to benefit Martha’s Table

Air Canada is opening a pop-up “Poutinerie” at 1351 Connecticut Avenue NW from Nov. 9 to Nov. 15, and will donate proceeds to D.C. nonprofit Martha’s Table.

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Patty Stonesifer retiring from Martha’s Table

Patty Stonesifer, the founding CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation who took over Martha’s Table Inc. nearly six years ago, is stepping down next summer.

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Head of Martha’s Table to step down after six years

Patty Stonesifer, president and CEO of Martha’s Table, was leading a tour of the nonprofit last year when she noticed a child crying in the hallway.

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East of the River Book Festival Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

As a chilly, cloudy morning eventually gave way to cool sunshine, families drifted into the Thurgood Marshall Academy in southeast D.C. on Saturday to take part in the East of the River Book Festival, now in its fifth year of bringing together independent authors, publishers and bookstores.

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