Community Markets by Martha's Table

At our monthly pop-up community markets, all children, their families, and neighbors are invited to shop at no-cost for fresh, healthy produce and pantry staples. Monthly community markets are open to the public.

2500 14th St NW, Washington, DC, 20003


EBT by United Planning Organization

For many low-income communities throughout DC, this lack of access to healthy food options makes it even more difficult to properly take care of ourselves and our families. UPO’s Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) program is dedicated to increasing access to healthy food, fighting DC’s childhood hunger epidemic, and educating customers about health, nutrition, and eating right. Like a debit card for grocery shopping, an EBT card can be used in place of cash, checks, or food stamps...

2907 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20032

Food Money

Evening Program by Thrive DC

Thrive DC’s Evening Program offers a safe, peer supported environment for women and children. Since 1979 we have always reserved dinner for women and their dependents, as they often face the greatest challenges in the face of homelessness and poverty. During the Evening Program, we offer dinner, showers, laundry, emergency groceries, enrichment and therapeutic activities, and a safe place. Evening Schedule Each evening we serve 20 – 40 women and their dependents. The schedule...

1525 Newton St NW, Washington, DC, 20010

Youth (6-12) Homeless Food Women/Girls Care

Food and Nutrition Program by Latin American Youth Center

LAYC’s Food & Nutrition Program is an opportunity for youth to get their hands dirty in the kitchen and the garden. In our Teen Center kitchen, youth hone their cooking skills, trying new foods, learning how to make healthy choices about what they eat, and engaging with broader food justice issues. LAYC also has a raised bed garden in front of its Columbia Rd. office, which serves as another classroom. The garden provides direct experience about how food grows and what’s in...

1419 Columbia Rd NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Health Conditions Food Latinx

Joyful Food Markets by Martha's Table

In January 2015, Martha’s Table, in partnership with the Capital Area Food Bank and DC Health, launched Joyful Food Markets to increase access to and encourage consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables east of the Anacostia River. Joyful Food Markets are pop-up monthly markets held in elementary schools in Wards 7 and 8 in D.C. School families are invited to shop at no-cost for a variety of beautiful high-quality produce, including bananas, apples, greens, and sweet potatoes, as...


Martha's Table Markets by Martha's Table

Offers fresh produce and pantry items for purchase. All guests are welcome to shop once per month for fresh produce and pantry items at our no-cost weekday markets located in the lobby at both of our SE & NW locations.

2375 Elvans Rd. SE, Washington, DC, 20020


McKenna's Wagon by Martha's Table

McKenna’s Wagon, Martha’s Table’s mobile food service, rolls out 7 days a week, 365 days a year to feed hundreds of DC neighbors who may be experiencing housing instability or hunger at two downtown locations. Volunteers stop at the two locations and serve hot, fresh meals, as well as sandwiches, homemade muffins, fruit, and refreshments.

807 2nd St, NW, Washington, DC, 20001

Homeless Food

Morning Program by Thrive DC

During the morning program, our clients can take showers, do laundry, access their mail and use the phone, receive emergency groceries, and enjoy community in a safe, welcoming atmosphere. Breakfast Services Thrive DC serves more than 2,000 clients annually through our Morning Program. Morning Schedule Each day, Monday through Friday, we see 150 – 200 clients for breakfast. Monday, Wednesday, & Friday we provide a hot breakfast. On Tuesday & Thursdays, we provide clients with...

1525 Newton St NW, Washington, DC, 20010

Food Care

Nutrition Counseling - Mary's Center by Mary's Center

You probably know eating whole, nutritious food leads to improved health, but many of us need a little guidance. There is so much conflicting diet information, it can be hard to know what’s best for you—especially if you or a loved one have a complex health condition. At Mary’s Center, you can trust our knowledgeable and friendly nutritionists to guide you and your family to better health through better food. Our nutritionists are co-located within the medical area and the...

3912 Georgia Avenue, NW, Washington, DC, 20011

Health Conditions Food

Produce Prescription (Rx) Program by Unity Health

Unity is partnering with DC Greens to bring you Produce Rx. Produce Rx is for patients who are worried about how they will get their next meal or who have diet related chronic illnesses like diabetes or high blood pressure. Produce Rx patients are given a monthly prescription for fresh fruits and vegetables that can be used at local farmers’ markets.

Food Care

Sacred Heart Dinner Program by Martha's Table

The Sacred Heart Dinner Program is a nonprofit organization located in the Mt. Pleasant/Columbia Heights neighborhood of Washington, D.C. We offer free services to the low-income and homeless including free dinners from Monday to Friday, free legal referrals as well as free haircuts. We partner with multiple local organizations such as Thrive DC, Martha's Table and Capital Area Food Bank. Services Offered Free dinners (Monday-Friday; 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM) Free haircuts (every Monday...

3211 Sacred Heart Way, Washington, DC, 20010

Homeless Food

SHARE Food Network by Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington

SHARE is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to offering healthy, nutritious groceries at a roughly 50 percent discount. This is accomplished through high-volume purchasing and thousands of volunteer hours, which strengthens the community for all. SHARE food packages are available to anyone who is interested. Monthly value packages cost just $22 and include $40-$45 worth of basic and healthy groceries; always four to six pounds of frozen proteins and 8 to 12 pounds...

3222 Hubbard Road, Landover, MD, 20785


Thrive East of the River Partnership by Martha's Table

The Thrive East of the River partnership is a collaboration between Martha’s Table, Bread for the City, 11th Street Bridge Park, and Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative, designed to address immediate economic instability posed by COVID-19 to DC’s Ward 8 residents with the goal of supporting a total of 500 families. Kicking off with the first 100 families on June 15. Participants will receive, five months of support including weekly groceries, dry goods, and $1,100...

2375 Elvans Rd. SE, Washington, DC, 20020

Goods Food Ward 8 Resident Money

WIC Clinics by Unity Health

WIC is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children. WIC is a federally-funded health and nutrition program that helps families by providing nutrition education, healthy supplemental foods, and making referrals to healthcare and community services.

765 Kenilworth Terrace NE, Washington, DC, 20019


Data last updated June 2nd 2021