About Tabitha's Way Local Food Pantry North County
Tabitha's Way Local Food Pantry North County
Tabitha's Way Local Food Pantry North County is a compassionate initiative co-founded by Mike Carter, Al Switzler, and Wendy Osborne in July 2016. The founders were inspired to address the pressing need for a food pantry in North Utah County after their experience in helping women and children escape poverty in various nations. Initially occupying 3,500 square feet, the pantry has now grown to an expansive 12,000 square feet. Located in American Fork, Utah, Tabitha's Way extends its food assistance program to cater to the food-insecure population across North Utah County, ensuring access to nutritious meals from Lindon to Cedar Fort. The pantry operates with a dedicated team and volunteers, committed to creating a caring and supportive environment for those seeking assistance.
With a deep sense of compassion, Tabitha's Way Local Food Pantry North County strives to combat hunger and food insecurity in the community. Their mission is to ensure that nobody in their vicinity goes without access to essential food resources. Through their various services, such as the Food Assistance Program, Children's Nutritional Program, and Senior Food Assistance, they work tirelessly to make a positive impact on the lives of individuals and families facing challenging circumstances. Their growth and success are attributed to the unwavering support of the community, partners, and volunteers who share their vision of building a hunger-free community. Together, they continue to empower their neighbors in need, providing a lifeline during difficult times and creating a brighter future for all.