About the Soup Hub
The Soup Hub is an e-inclusion community telecentre at the Suzanne Aubert Compassion Centre (SACC) in Wellington, New Zealand. Our mission is to help our guests develop digital literacy skills by providing access to computer technology, the internet and some help from our friendly mentors.
The Soup Hub is a volunteer project. We could use your help to extend the hours our hub is open. Please check our volunteer page to get involved.
7 Nov 2012:
Together with Wellington ICT for their council hubs, the Soup Hub won the 2012 New Zealand Open Source Award for Open Source in Social Services. Many thanks to everyone who helped make this happen! See a list of all winners
The Soup Hub was on the radio! Listen or download from This Way Up on the Radio New Zealand website.
Technology is everywhere around us, changing the way we go about our everyday lives, earn a living and communicate with our family and friends. Not everyone has equal access to the tools and education which bring us into this technological culture. We strongly believe access to information and communication tools are a human right. We believe that by providing access to computers, the internet and skills training we can have a positive effect on the people who come to SACC to feed their bodies; we can also provide the service of feeding their minds.
Monday is CV day at the Soup Hub
Applying for a job or just need an up-to-date CV? We can help!
Our next volunteer meeting is on Wed 12 June. New volunteers and interested people area welcome!
See our volunteer page for more info on volunteering for the Soup Hub and details for our monthly meetings.