Homeless include ‘rough-sleepers’ – sleeping on the streets, public parks, carparks or abandoned buildings.
Each year we produce a Compassion Soup Kitchen magazine called 'Hupa' which is the translation of 'Soup' in Te Reo Māori.
Living on a benefit
The majority of people who come to the Soup Kitchen receive a government benefit.
Mental health and addictions
We help people who are struggling and have a hard time trying to find services or treatments they need.
Soup Kitchen FAQ
Have you got a question which needs answering? Take a look at our frequently asked questions.
There are many Wellington agencies who can help.