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We are so grateful to be surrounded by such an inspiring and devoted community of clients, volunteers, partners and donors. In 2022, Martha’s Choice Marketplace will distribute nearly two-million pounds of food to more than 3,200 unique families, and over 12,000 individuals. This work would not be possible without all of your support and we are truly for grateful for everything that you do on our behalf. 

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Sponsored by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Martha’s Choice Marketplace is the largest, most visited food pantry in Montgomery County.


Since January of 2020, Martha’s has distributed:

– 5.5 million lbs. of nutritious produce, meat, dairy and non-perishables to over 7,000 unique families and 25,000 individuals

– 500,000 diapers, wipes, soaps, detergents and other necessary personal goods to thousands of Montgomery county families

– $45,000 ($25 per child) in Target/Walmart Gift Cards, in order to provide Christmas gifts for over 2000 children in Montgomery County

– $100,000 in rent, mortgage & utility assistance – Initiated monthly food delivery to over 200 of our older & disabled clients, unable to get to Martha’s on their own


Community is more than just a buzz word, it’s about truly investing in the people you serve.

At Martha’s we seek to create genuine fellowship in an environment that is friendly, welcoming, and respectful; where the voice of the community we serve guides our programs, and where relationships are organic and sincere, positive and impactful.

We are the community we serve…


An important letter from Martha’s / November 21, 2022


Martha’s Community Farm has breathed new life into what was formerly known as St. Gabriel’s Hall in Audubon. Martha’s Community Farm seeks to build upon the community building principles that drive our Choice Marketplace, in an effort to form partnerships in growing food with and for the clients of Martha’s Choice Marketplace.

Working alongside partners such as the Penn State Master Gardeners, HopeWorx, ACLAMO, Variety Club, Montgomery County Anti-Hunger Network, Penn State Extension, Cabrini University,  and The Villanova MBA program among others, we are bringing together clients, volunteers and partners from across Montgomery County to grow culturally appropriate foods that better meet the variety of needs our clients face.

At Martha’s, families and volunteers across all walks of life come together to make connections foster a climate of mutual respect, understanding and growth.

Volunteers are always needed to help with a wide range of activities.

We are not just growing food, we are growing community.

Come grow with us!