The Table

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The Table

What They Do:

Offer a hot and free meal to anyone who is hungry, five days a week. Feed our most vulnerable populations including those who might be too embarrassed to ask for a free meal. Diners include the elderly, children, veterans, and the homeless. Meals are planned and respectfully served by volunteers from local community organizations.

The Table’s volunteers have fed Napa Valley’s most vulnerable population for over 30 years.

Friends, businesses, civic, and religious groups commit to taking one day a month to shop, cook, prepare, and serve a nutritious meal to anyone who is hungry. Groups take pride in providing a calm and respectful environment for diners.

This model of community serving community has been a successful and sustainable way to provide a food safety net for hungry Napans. The Table provides over 40,000 meals a year to individuals who would otherwise go hungry.

Other Ways to Help:

  • Glean produce from the Farmers’ Market on Tuesdays.
  • Clean our ovens early one morning.
  • Pick-up trash around the building.
  • Pick-up food from the Food Bank and deliver it to our site.
  • Wash walls in our dining room.
  • Because we serve dessert every day, we need baked goods (e.g. cakes, cookies, brownies and other items that are easily served).

Business Partners:

The Table Business Partner Logo Our thanks to The First Presbyterian Church for providing matching funds for donations made to The Table through the Give!Guide.



I would not get to eat healthy meals without it. The awesome folks who serve treat you as if you were an invited guest to their home.

~ Anonymous diner

Without The Table, I would go hungry

~ Anonymous diner

  1. Anonymous in honor of Bill Facendini
  2. Markley Sutton, Ph.D.
  3. Edward and Karen Kvidahl
  4. Anonymous
  5. Donna Mertz
  6. Susan Tsujihara in honor of Jim Dunaway
  7. Anonymous
  8. Anonymous
  9. Gillian Roberts
  10. Douglas Cole
  11. Anonymous
  12. Hilary Zunin in honor of "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead
  13. Rian Lindley
  14. Bill and Susie Ashby
  15. Duane McGrath
  16. David and Lana Stanley
  17. Stephanie Turnipseed
  18. Bob and Doris Klein
  19. Stephen Gerstle
  20. Anonymous
  21. Christie Fulton
  22. Nancy Kuhn
  23. Kirsty Cringan
  24. Anonymous
  25. Erica Pickett
  26. Carol Nelsen
  27. John Adams
  28. Wendy Cole
  29. Marjorie Hoyer Smith
  30. Judith Cahill-Bravo in honor of the memory of Arthur Bravo
  31. Michael Borck
  32. Gail Lansinh
  33. Larry and Adrienne Amdahl
  34. Doug Marx
  35. Sharon Macklin
  36. Andy and Shelley Dowdle
  37. Paulette LITZ
  38. Catherine Adams
  39. Anonymous
  40. Jacqueline Jackson
  41. Stuart Bockman
  42. allison saether
  43. Mary Ann Formosa
  44. Anonymous
  45. Anonymous in honor of the memory of Isabelle Devean Berry
  46. Anonymous
  47. Anonymous
  48. Vicki Green
  49. Anonymous
  50. Gwenn McKenzie in honor of the wonderful volunteers making our community better, stronger, more loving
  51. Anonymous
  52. Anonymous
  53. Anonymous
  54. Sunset Vineyard
  55. Marilyn OConnell
  56. Heather Graves in honor of Irene
  57. Anonymous
  58. Mark Glickstein
  60. John Lansingh
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