Since 2006, Drop has worked with hundreds of villages in East Africa to drill wells, construct sanitation facilities and introduce social programs such as Village Savings and Loan Associations, Gir Clubs, Health Clubs, Community Hygiene Promoters, and Community Sanitation Initiatives.
Beginning with humble roots in 1980, Marthas Table was originally a place for children to receive free sandwiches and food after school. We gradually grew to address the additional needs of the community by finding solutions to poverty in the short and long term. We address emergency needs with food and clothing programs and break the long cycle of poverty with education and family support services. Through healthy food, affordable clothing and quality education, Marthas Table works to build a better future. Marthas Table impacts over 20,000 people a year with its programs, including the youngest learners through middle school and beyond, and their families.