Have you ever received a 30 or 60 day no-cause eviction notice? Or know someone who has? Take our online survey! It’s quick and takes about 5 minutes to complete. The purpose of the survey is to see how no-cause evictions impact tenants and we also want to know if no-cause evictions are being used as a form of retaliation. To take the survey click here or the link below, please share the survey with anyone that has received a 30 or 60 day no-cause eviction notice.
Check here first for Renters’ Rights information and handouts.
Then call the Renters’ Rights Hotline: (503) 288-0130
The best way to support CAT’s great work and to help build a strong Housing Justice Movement is to become a member or a supporter. It’s through the support of CAT’s members, supporters, and funders that CAT is able to continue to work to win new victories for tenants’ rights. We can make a real and meaningful difference for Oregonians with your support.
The Community Alliance of Tenants is Oregon’s only grassroots organization working together with tenants to fight for better laws to protect tenants from unfair housing practices. The more members we have, the more powerful we are, and the more we can do for all tenants.
* All financial contributions to CAT are tax deductible.
RENTERS: If you are a renter, your donation of $10 or more makes you a Member of the only renters’ organization in Oregon, the Community Alliance of Tenants. You will receive our newsletter, priority callback on the hotline and voting rights at membership meetings where you’ll help steer the organization’s policy. Best of all you are building a more powerful voice for Oregon’s tenants! Please consider becoming a Sustainer, or monthly donor. Sustainers help CAT survive.
Become a member now:Click here to contribute dues and become a member of CAT
HOMEOWNERS: Are you a homeowner who cares about social justice? Donate to CAT and become a Supporter. You’ll receive our newsletter, and you’ll help support Oregon’s single moms, people with disabilities, elderly and other low-income renters to stand up for their rights. Please consider becoming a Sustainer, one of our monthly donors. Sustainers help CAT survive.
Become a supporter now:Click here to contribute dues and become a supporter of CAT