Selma Cares is a local non-profit organization that helps needy families.
For more information contact Selma Cares at (559) 896-2229.
Second Chance Animal Shelter
The S.M.A.R.T. Center is located in Salazar Park in SW Selma at 1800 Sheridan. It is a non-profit, multipurpose community center run by a collaborative effort of its board members, local churches, private supporters and volunteers. All of us have one goal in common: To give back to the community of Selma by offering the community a safe place to meet. We provide valuable services to the neighborhood. One of the ways First Christian Church participates is by providing and distributing bags of food to members of the community on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month. You are welcome to come and help!
Bringing Broken Neighborhoods Back to Life is a model Police/Community partnership combining the efforts of law enforcement, the faith-based community and other community organizations in an effort to improve the quality of life for all of the citizens of Selma. The goal of the organization is to promote healing and establish a positive future, free of violence and filled with a feeling of security, where families prosper and children reach their fullest potential.
A volunteer based, non-profit open admission shelter. We are located in California and provide care to animals within the cities of Selma, Fowler, and Kingsburg, regardless of age, health, or behavior.
We are committed to reducing overpopulation by:
* Promoting adoption
* Advocating the welfare of animals
* Encouraging responsible pet ownership
* Enhancing the lives of of volunteers and our community through education
Bringing Broken Neighborhoods Back to Life
Community groups and organizations that our church supports
Additional Groups that meet in our church building include:
Trinity Life Assemblies of God Church
Iglesia PC (Spanish speaking congregation)
Is an ecumenical hot meal program. Every Wednesday evening at the First United Methodist Church a hot dinner is served to seniors and others in need. Various congregations around the city each take one week to provide and serve the meal. Our turn comes up once every 3 months or so.