Tabitha’s Way South Pantry
Grocery Rescue and Pantry Supervisor
Grocery Rescue Driver
Receptionist & Client Reservations
Accounting & Donor Relations
The first Tabitha’s Way Local Food Pantry was founded in June 2010 by Wendy & Jody Osborne after being inspired by a biblical scripture in the book of Acts 9:36-42. Like Tabitha, they desired to help the food insecure in their community.
Our first pantry was small and located on the backside of a business complex just off Main Street in Spanish Fork. With the community’s support, Tabitha’s Way moved to 45 East 100 North, a much larger space to accommodate the growing needs of the community. From this location, and with the help of dedicated staff and volunteers, Tabitha’s Way provides food assistance to thousands of food-insecure families throughout the southern part of Utah County.
Financial Statements & Other Non-Profit Documents