Tabitha’s Way

Wendy Osborne felt directed to feed the less fortunate in Utah County, Utah. Wendy decided to quit her successful career in telecommunications and get to work. She was “led” to the New Testament account of a disciple of Christ named Tabitha (Acts 9:36-4) who was known to gather wheat for the poor in her community. The name “Tabitha’s Way” was chosen for Wendy’s new found mission.

Wheat is the foundation of this logo and a simple reminder of Tabitha’s example to care for those in need. The two Tabitha’s Way Food Pantries provide food and supplies to an average of 7,500 individuals monthly through the support of private and corporate donations.


  • Visual Identity

  • Business Cards

  • Vehicle Signage

  • Promotional Signage
  • Branded Soft Goods