Tabitha’s Way Launches Hamilton Challenge

Tabitha’s Way Local Food Pantry in Spanish Fork is launching a new campaign called “The Hamilton Challenge” dedicated to fighting food insecurity in Utah County.

The Hamilton Challenge is named for Alexander Hamilton whose portrait is on the $10 bill. A Hamilton ($10) monthly commitment represents 50 nutritious meals to neighbors in need. Committing to the challenge for one year will provide 600 meals. 

In Utah County, price inflation on food and cost increase in other needs such as rent and transportation has led to a significant surge of middle class families facing food insecurity.

“Food insecurity is not only reserved for the impoverished,” says Wendy Osborne, Tabitha’s Way Founder and Executive Director, “It has no socioeconomic boundaries. It can impact the working class, seniors, or anyone facing a crisis.”

With the support of the community, Tabitha’s Way envisions a No Hunger Zone where individuals and families avoid the fear of not knowing where their next meal will come from and instead focus on how to successfully move forward.

Osborne encourages Utah County communities to take the Hamilton Challenge, “Your Hamilton represents an ongoing commitment to a proactive and persistent solution to fighting hunger/food insecurity. A collective of committed Hamilton donors would change the face of hunger forever.  “Your Hamilton helps a ton.”  

You can begin donating today by texting HAMILTON to 53-555 or visit

Submitted by Randi Kaufman

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