The van will help the charity deliver furniture and household goods to people in the area who are rebuilding their lives in new accommodation.
The charity's CEO Liz Hopkins said: "All of us at Centrepoint Outreach are so grateful to Asda Foundation for the fantastic donation of £27,612 which enabled us to replace our ageing delivery van.
“The furniture and household goods delivered by the van will make a real difference to the recipients as they start to rebuild their lives, often after a period of homelessness."
Our Boston store's community champion Stephen Bromby regularly volunteers with the team and handed over the keys.
He said: "Centrepoint Outreach do a fantastic job in the local community and I was honoured and delighted to present them with the van.
"It’s important they can carry on doing the work they do, and I know they’ll put the van to good use, helping to transform an empty shell into a home.
“Supporting smaller, local applications such as Centrepoint Outreach is really important to us – and we hope it will make a real difference within the local community in Boston.”
Stephen also helped the charity secure a £600 grant last December, for a Christmas celebration for service users at their drop-in centre.