Berwick Soup Van
The Berwick Soup Van began operating on 2 September 2009 and covers the areas of Berwick, Cranbourne, Hampton Park and Narre Warren, providing assistance to people who might be facing tough times by offering a friendly face and a warm meal to people in the area three nights a week.
Last year, our 162 volunteers assisted 79 people per night.
This service could not exist without the generous support of our many volunteers, sponsors, donors and suppliers.
Who can access the Soup Van?
The Berwick Soup Van is a free service available to anyone in the Berwick community. We typically support people who face financial difficulties and those who are homeless.
When does the Soup Van work?
You’ll find us out every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday nights.
- Narre Warren Station Carpark – approx. 6:10pm arrival to 6:20pm departure
- Hampton Park Shopping Centre Carpark, at the phone booth – approx. arrival 7:00pm to 7:30pm departure
- Lyall Street bus stop, in Cranbourne – approx. arrival 8:10pm to 8:30pm departure
Who benefits from the Berwick Soup Van?
The Berwick Soup Van is a reliable service that provides ongoing support to those facing financial difficulties and those who are homeless.
We’ve provided more than 11,400 meals to people in Berwick, Cranbourne, Hampton Park and Narre Warren.
Can I help?
We are always happy to hear from interested community members.
The Berwick Soup Van relies on the generosity of donors, both financially and through in-kind gifts. If you would like to make a donation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I find out more?