Over the course of the year, The Table will feed an average of 165 meals each day.

The need for a nutritious meal continues to remains high even after the earthquake & economic recovery.


…appears to indicate the financial strain for the seasonal workers, construction, hospitably and other business employees. This is also when many bills increase, i.e. heating, expenses from the holidays …


After the earthquake of August 2016, the housing stock was reduced. As Napa County becomes more expensive, especially in light of increased housing costs, the need for food security for the most vulnerable of our population increases in importance. We have seen these cost increases impact the number of meals served. At the end of the month, they are substantially higher than its beginning.