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Support the Latino immigrant community as they fight for safe, fair, and just living and working conditions.

PHOTOGRAPH BY KATIE ORLINSKY

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Donate to CATA's Bridgeton Organic Community Garden.

 

Your donations will help us grow our community garden next season, provide healthy and affordable fresh produce to our community members, and educate a new generation of food justice activists. This year we need to raise $1,500. We appreciate any help you can provide. Here is the link to donate.

 

 If you'd like more information on how you can be involved, please reach out to Kathia Ramirez, our Food Justice Program Coordinator at kramirez@cata-farmworkers.org or cli

Who We Are

Founded in 1979, CATA is non-profit organization focused on organizing and empowering the immigrant community as they fight for justice for themselves, their families and their communities.

¿Quiénes somos?

Fundada en 1979, CATA es una organización sin fines de lucro enfocada en organizar y empoderar a la comunidad de inmigrantes mientras luchan por la justicia para ellos, sus familias y sus comunidades.

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CATA’s work is focused around three issues:
Workers’ Rights, Immigration and Food Justice.

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Get in touch with CATA Farmworkers to learn more about our work and how you can get involved. Fill in the form below or call our office.

Phone 856-881-2507

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