“Hekate Einodia, Trioditis [Trivia], lovely dame,
As the only daughter of the (second-generation) Titans Perses and Asteria, she holds an interesting place in the cosmology as she is of the same generation as the younger Olympians and Persephone. She was honored there each month at the dark of the moon with the Deipnon associated with her — when those who could afford to placed food outside their doors or at the crossroads for any being who needed it. This offering can be made in the modern day by donating to local charities and food banks.
Hecate is probably best known for her association with Magic, Necromancy and Ghosts. This is the association that most modern Witches know, even including her as a Triple Goddess with Selene and Artemis — who are also goddesses of hunting although Hecate was often identified with other Goddesses as well (For references see: http://www.theoi.com/Khthonios/Hekate.html ) She is probably one of the Goddesses about whom the most has been written because of these associations and I leave it to the reader to discover more if they wish to.