CAT is a tenant membership organization. Low-income tenants – predominately low-wage workers, families with children, people living with disabilities, seniors, and people of color – are CAT’s primary membership base. CAT is building a strong housing justice movement that is led and directed by those who are most impacted by Oregon’s affordable housing crisis – low-income renters.
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Ever feel like you’d LOVE to take ownership of your community but don’t know where to start? Join us at the Community Alliance of Tenants and learn your rights! We’re excited to have several opportunities to learn, engage, and teach in the near future, the largest of which is this month’s membership meeting.
What’s a membership meeting you say?
This month’s membership meeting is all set for Wednesday, May 31, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization. We’ll have free dinner, a workshop, and best of all: the chance to meet each other!
Half the battle of organizing can often be finding out who you can turn to for support. Building strong community networks is one of the biggest indicators of how strong a neighborhood can withstand challenges!
Oh, and did we mention? Families are welcome as are various language speakers, because we are proud to offer interpretation and childcare services. We want to make sure folks from all walks of life can come, so please do share with a friend even if you can’t make it!