Capitol Hill Village is planning one more presentation in their series on food equity.
Join us on Monday January 31, 7 to 8 pm.
For several months we have been learning about issues of food equity. This month we will hear how two well-established community organizations, Food & Friends and Martha’s Table, are working toward advancing a more equitable DC.
Katrina Mathis, Director of Volunteer Services at Food and Friends, will tell us about Food and Friends: The Food is Medicine movement. This D.C. non-profit prepares and delivers medically tailored meals, and provides nutrition counseling to clients battling life-challenging illnesses, in the DMV.
Mathew Miller, Community Activator, will tell us how Martha’s Table supports strong children, strong families, and strong communities by increasing access to quality education, health and wellness, and family resources.
We will also have brief update on the No Senior Hungry bill’s progress thru DC’s legislative process.