We hope you will be able to attend the next CDAD District 6 Caucus Meeting on Monday June 19th at Bridging Communities Inc. – 6900 McGraw 48208. Please distribute to other community development, block club, or neighborhood organizations in District 6!


Registration is greatly appreciated at



When: Monday, June 19th, 6pm – 8 pm

(doors open at 5:30 for networking and refreshments)

Where: Bridging Communities Inc., 6900 McGraw 48208

Please RSVP at:



Who:  All block clubs, community development organizations, neighborhood improvement groups, & any organization or group of residents working to improve D6!



➢    Learn important information about what's happening in the District

➢    Discuss Detroit’s new M-1 Rail system

➢    Learn about Detroit's new bike share program, MoGo

➢    Get your organization on the map with d[COM]munity

➢    Connect with organizations working across the district and with yourCDAD District 6 Representative, Phyllis Edwards of Bridging Communities Inc.


For more information contact: Akua Hill, Community Engagement Associate

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Community Development Advocates of Detroit (CDAD), its members and supporters strive to serve as catalysts for the transformation of Detroit neighborhoods.  For 15 years, CDAD has served as the association of nonprofit, community-based development organizations in Detroit. CDAD supports your work and your community throughadvocacy, engagement, and technical assistance.



Aaron Goodman
Community Engagement Manager



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CDAD is Detroit's association of Community Development and Neighborhood Improvement Organizations and we are a catalyst for the transformation of our neighborhoods, led and inspired by residents, community-based organizations, and other community stakeholders.  CDAD works to enhance the capacity and effectiveness of Detroit's community-based organizations, initiatives, and residents through advocacy, training, technical assistance, networking opportunities, information sharing, and facilitating common action.