With main headquarters in the U Street neighborhood, Martha’s Table has been a critical part of the safety net for vulnerable children and families across the District of Columbia for nearly 35 years. Martha’s Table believes everyone deserves both dignity and opportunity. Through healthy food, affordable clothing and quality education, Martha’s Table works with children and their families to build a better future, strengthen communities and break the cycle of poverty.
Last year, Martha’s Table directly impacted 18,000 children and families, including nearly 3,000 children served through their school-based healthy grocery markets at elementary schools, and provided over 600,000 healthy meals. For more information on Martha’s Table, please visit www.marthastable.org.
How Can You Help?
Give Canned Food
Bring your canned food items to any WIT Seasonal Disorder performance. All canned food items will be accepted, but those especially valued are: beans, tomato products, fruit, vegetables, soups, and fish and meat products. Pop-top cans are encouraged. Food will be distributed through Martha’s Table’s free market program for those in need.
If you want to support Martha’s Table with a monetary gift, you can do that here.
If you want to volunteer at Martha’s Table’s facility at 14th and V, NW, or at their events city-wide, you can find more information and sign up here.
Visit marthastable.org to sign up for email updates Find Martha’s Table on Facebook.
“Those who are happiest are those
who do the most for others.”
– Booker T. Washington