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According to the organization, in 2015, Edmundite Missions served 8,091 older adults through its Senior Activity and other programs. For the year ended June 30, 2015, Fathers of St. Edmund ...
Edmundite Missions provides food, clothing, shelter and opportunities for poverty-stricken people in the Deep South. ... 1428 Broad St. Selma, Alabama 36701 PHONE 334 ...
Edmundite Missions, Selma. 1,842 likes · 126 talking about this · 86 were here. A Christ-based non-profit seeking to provide relief from the poverty prevalent in Selma, Alabama and the surrounding...
- 1428 Broad St, Selma, AL, 36701, Alabama
1 review of Edmundite Missions "I have been donating to this mission for over 2 years now, and the work they do is amazing. We have so many people right here in our own USA that are hungry and helpless. Edmundite Missions provides above and beyond food, clothing, and other basic necessities so people can survive and maintain their dignity.
- (334) 872-2359
Alston Fitts, Selma, Alabama. The Edmundite Southern Missions is a Catholic organization founded in Selma, Dallas County, in 1937 to work among African Americans. Though its initial goal was to convert blacks to Catholicism, its chief impact has been as a social service organization. Controversial locally because of its support of the black ...
Alabama’s Black Belt Region, named for the region’s agricultural heritage and rich, black top soil, was a flourishing region in the 1800’s. For hundreds of years this soil supported the cotton industry that brought money, power, slaves, and, later poor black sharecroppers to the area.
Leadership Team. As a Catholic organization, rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Edmundite Missions provides food, clothing and shelter to poor and marginalized children and families, young adults and seniors of all faith traditions to meet their immediate needs while addressing the long-term issues of systemic poverty in the Deep South.
The Edmundite Missions has been a part of Selma and surrounding communities for over 75 years providing unwavering support to those in need. At the heart of the organization is the Bosco Nutrition Center that not only provides meals twice a day, 365 days a year but also provides meal delivery for those who are homebound.
- (888) 540-7722
- 1428 Broad Street, Selma, 36701, AL