A MOBILE soup kitchen fitted out to feed disadvantaged people in Griffith could be serving meals in as little as three months.
Modelled on the hugely successful Albury Carevan, the modified caravan will provide meals for people who would otherwise go hungry.
The Carevan will be run by Griffith's newly-formed Housing, Homelessness and Human rights (HHH) committee, but chairwoman Kelly O'Dwyer said there was a lot of work that needed to be done.
"We will rely heavily on the generosity of the public and we would really appreciate help in getting the inside of the van fitted out," Mrs O'Dwyer said.
"At the moment we're trying to source a car to tow the van."
The Albury charity began serving meals one night a week, but has since expanded to serve about 300 meals, four nights a week.
Once the Griffith Carevan is ready, it will initially be stationed in one spot and will serve meals one night a week.
Depending on its success, the program has the capacity to expand.
The Carevan will rely entirely on donations and will be run by volunteers and Mrs O'Dwyer hoped the community would get on board.
Mrs O'Dwyer will approach local clubs, restaurants and schools to see if they can assist in providing or preparing some of the meals.
A meeting will be held on November 22 at the Coro Club with everyone in the community invited to attend and share how they can help.