Who we are
The Griffith Carevan is a mobile ‘More than a Hot Meal’ van, which is the result from an identified need in our community to assist local individuals and families who are struggling or facing hardship. In the fight against poverty, hunger and homelessness, we at the Griffith Carevan work with all groups representing women, children, men, youth, people with disabilities, Indigenous and multicultural groups.
The Griffith Neighbourhood House manage this community project and volunteers run the Carevan one night per week alternating between two locations at Dave Taylor Park - Thomas Place and Kubank Park - Parkinson Crescent, Griffith. The Griffith Carevan is free and accessible to all. A hot meal, activities, reading for the children and additional support is provided in a non-judgemental manner. Anyone is welcome to share a meal at the Griffith Carevan.
Griffith Carevan acknowledges the traditional custodians of this Wiradjuri land and pay our respects to the elders both past, present and future for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of Aboriginal Australia. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers should be aware that this website may contain images of deceased persons.