Wendy Osborne the owner of Tabitha's way, saw a need for the people of Spanish Fork and put her whole heart into opening Tabitha's Way. With a lot of hard work, Wendy has done some amazing things for the people of Spanish Fork.
Tabitha’s Way got its start when God put it on Wendy’s heart that help was needed for the less fortunate in Utah County’s south valley. After much prayer and fasting, Wendy decided to quit her successful career in Telecommunications and start Tabitha’s Way.
Tabitha’s initially started in a small space at 200 North 37 West in Spanish Fork. After a little more than a year, Tabitha’s moved to its current location at 140 North Main Street.Today, Tabitha’s provides food and supplies to an average of 5,000 individuals monthly. They recognize that the ability to provide these services, come through the support of the community and by countless businesses.
Thank you to SF17 for filming and a big thanks to Macey's for our beautiful cake.