Program Partners

Codman Square Health Center is a community based, community focused health and multi-service center located just a few blocks away from Daily Table’s store location.  The health center has been instrumental in Daily Table’s launch. Plans to partner on programs for improved health through better diet are underway.

Healthworks Community Fitness is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing high-quality fitness opportunities and health education for women and children in low-income neighborhoods to prevent and treat lifestyle-related chronic diseases, improve health and fitness, and promote wellbeing and empowerment.  We are delighted to share space with Healthworks at 450 Washington Street and are working with them to link the benefits of fitness and diet.

City of Boston Mayor’s Office of Food Access in partnership with the Fair Food Network has selected Daily Table as one of the participating retailers in the new Double Up Bucks program, where SNAP recipients are matched dollar-to-dollar (up to $10 per customer per day) on their fresh produce purchases.

The Greater Boston Food Bank works to end hunger in eastern Massachusetts. Their objective is to distribute enough food to provide at least one meal a day to those in need. The Food Bank and Daily Table are working together to share our food supply to make sure that all our donated food reaches the food insecure population.

Share our Strength’s Cooking Matters empowers families with the skills to stretch their food budgets so their children get healthy meals at home. Cooking Matters partners with community organizations like Daily Table, to offer their cooking curriculum and classes.

Future Chefs prepares urban teens for quality work and life after high school by providing early employment and education opportunities in the restaurant industry, transferable skills training, and ongoing coaching and support.  Future Chefs has been helpful to Daily Table in many ways and is a source of trained, local cooks to work in our kitchen.

New England Center for Arts and Technology (NECAT) provides greater access to high quality career skills training for unemployed and under-employed adults through its Culinary Arts Education Program, an intensive 28-week diploma program designed to launch and advance careers in the hospitality field. Daily Table has benefited from the NECAT facility and considers its graduates a prime source for future employees.

Kit Clark Senior Services has helped older adults in Greater Boston live with dignity and independence in the community since 1974.  With two locations near Daily Table, and an interest in nutrition education and providing healthy affordable food to its clients, Kit Clark is partnering with us on both our teaching kitchen and to provide access to our store.

Blue Hills Boys and Girls Club, located on Talbot Avenue in Dorchester, helps young people build strong character and realize their full potential as responsible citizens and leaders. They do this by providing a safe haven filled with hope and opportunity, ongoing relationships with caring adults and life-enhancing programs. The Boys and Girls Club will help promote Daily Table among its club members and families.

Dorchester YMCA is dedicated to improving the health of mind, body, and spirit of individuals and families in our communities. Part of the YMCA of Greater Boston, the largest provider of social services in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, they welcome men and women, boys and girls of all incomes, faiths and cultures. The YMCA is working with Daily Table to promote its teaching kitchen classes and improved health through a better diet.

ChopChop Kids inspires and teaches kids to cook real food with their families and believes that cooking and eating together as a family is a vital step in resolving the obesity and hunger epidemics. ChopChopKids donates their award winning magazine to Daily Table and is a potential nutrition education partner.