Berwick Soup Van

Berwick Soup Van

The Berwick Soup Van operation began on 2 September 2009 and visits locations in the areas of Berwick, Cranbourne, Hampton Park and Narre Warren.

This soup van offers food, social connection, and referral pathways out of homelessness and poverty, to people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness and disadvantage.

Last year our 174 volunteers provided 9,364 meals.

Based at a kitchen in Beaconsfield and operating three nights per week, this Soup Van Operation provides support at boarding/rooming houses, social housing, residential locations and public street stops. Volunteers at this Operation are on a monthly roster.  

Who can access the Soup Van?

The Berwick Soup Van is a free service available to anyone in the Berwick and surrounding communities. We typically support people experiencing homelessness, housing instability or financial difficulties.

When does the Soup Van work?

  You’ll find us out every TUESDAY, THURSDAY & SUNDAY nights.

  6:10pm arrival
  6:20pm departure

Narre Warren Station Carpark

  7:00pm arrival
  7:30pm departure

Hampton Park Shopping Centre Carpark, at the phone booth

  8:10pm arrival
  8:30pm departure

Lyall Street bus stop, in Cranbourne


To donate

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 view our donations list HERE and email donation@svdp-vic.org.au

To volunteer

If you would like to enquire to volunteer, please complete our online volunteer registration form HERE.

For general questions regarding our service, please email: soupvans@svdp-vic.org.au