Welcome to Edmundite Missions

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We wish to bring many good things to life. Life has too many circumstances and unhappiness

Edmundite Missions has been fulfilling our calling for more than 77 years by quietly serving the poor living in the poverty-stricken communities of the Deep South.

What began in 1937 as a courageous fight for victims of discrimination in Alabama’s Black Belt quickly broadened to include outreach ministries of compassion providing essential daily needs of food, clothing and shelter to the thousands stricken by extreme poverty.

300,765

Feeding the Hungry: Meals served

6,456

Providing Shelter and Clothes: People served

2,551

Healing the Sick: People served

10,127

Educating the Neglected: People served

HOW COULD YOU HELP?

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We are a non-profit organization, we are looking forward to a peaceful world by helping each other to join hands together to bring
good things for people. Please join us to contribute small items or a little money to contribute to helping the disadvantaged

Give Now

Help minister to my brothers and sisters in need by giving to the Edmundite Missions.

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Give Monthly

We are very pleased to announce that membership in our Supper Club is now available to everyone!

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Honor Someone

Gifts can be made to the Edmundite Missions in honor of a special life event (birthday, wedding anniversary, ordination) or in memoriam of a loved one who has passed away.

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Become a volunteer

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With the aim of helping as many people as possible, we always lack of enthusiastic volunteers and we go where the poverty of the world
to support and propagate the sense of life and sense of protection environment, improve the living conditions

Our Stories

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Stories of the unhappiness, poverty. The story of the dangerous animals you are standing on the brink of extinction
The touching story we've written up from the actual travel times

10 Jul

Help Miss Cathy find a home

African-American Catholic theologian Dr. Jamie Phelps wrote: “God, in the person of Jesus,...
9 Jul

Please help make Jonathan’s house livable again

82-year-old Johnathan Hayes lost part of his roof in a storm. Water flooded in, shorting out the...
8 Jul

See why our servers at the Bosco Nutrition Center are getting very nervous.

We just had to do an emergency roof repair for a neighbor who is raising her autistic niece. It was...