Rosebud Soup Van
On 1 July 2017, Mary’s Van, a not-for-profit organisation, joined the St Vincent de Paul Society Victoria to become the seventh Soup Van Operation as the Rosebud Soup Van. Mary's Van has worked locally in the Rosebud community since August 2013, offering a warm evening meal, friendly smile and conversation to people experiencing homelessness or disadvantage.
The Rosebud Soup Van will provide approximately 60 meals each Wednesday evening to people in need. This is made possible through the generous support of volunteers, sponsors, donors and suppliers.
Who can access the Soup Van?
The Rosebud Soup Van is a free service available to anyone in the Peninsula area. We support people who face disadvantage or those who are experiencing homelessness.
When does the Rosebud Soup Van work?
You’ll find us out one night a week.
- 5.00pm to 6:00pm – Rosebud Rotary Park BBQ area, at the end of Boneo Road/Point Nepean Road
*Note: These are approximate times applicable to the areas listed.
What do we provide?
A BBQ dinner with salads, bread and hot or cold drinks. We also have sleeping bags and blankets for those who need them.
Can I help?
We are always happy to hear from interested community members who would like to become volunteers or support this much needed service.
The Rosebud 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 or become a Volunteer?