This week on the Community Affairs Show Cheryl Jackson talks with Whitney Faison of Martha’s Table about their Early Childhood Education Program. We know Martha’s Table is a strong Community organization that feed families in our Community. However, the organization has evolved to provide a number of Programs for Low incomes families. The latest Project is their Early Childhood Development Project. It is a nationally accredited year round, all day early childhood education program for students 6 weeks to 4 years of age at no cost. Martha’s Table also has a thrift store and closet that provide gently worn clothes to the community as well.
MT supports children and young adults with high-quality learning experiences that help them thrive from cradle to career. Martha’s Table is committed to ensuring that every child enrolled in our education program is strong by age eight – the age at which children transition from learning to read to reading to learn — and beyond. We offer nationally accredited early childhood education, after-school enrichment programs, and college and career readiness training to promote lifelong success.
Martha’s Table offers a nationally accredited year-round, all-day early childhood education program for students 6 weeks to 4 years of age. The full-day program runs year-round at our two locations: The Commons (Southeast D.C.) and The Maycroft (Northwest D.C.). Additionally, all eligible families can enroll in the THRIVE Program with Direct cash assistance for families Weekly groceries and monthly household cleaning supplies.
To find out more and to enroll log on to MarthasTable.org
Community Affairs Show: Martha’s Table Early Childhood Education Program was originally published on praisedc.com