We channel support and donations from businesses like Bristol Sweet Mart to Food Groups like Super Supper Club to address food poverty in our community.
We help our community express its needs and visions of a better future through art and artists like Peace of Art. Design is the key to better ways to evolve while focusing on the greatest need rather than the loudest voices.
All of our activities seek to educate and empower our community - data from Saaf Hava feeds STEM activities and improve the digital skills of our neighbours. Under the umbrella of Easton Data Garden, we seek
Our links with educational bodies like UWE allow us to create pathways for young people through other activities of the Baggator Nexus so that they can grow and find a better future. So we link Rade and Local Young Citizens to Engineering and Data Science using the information in the Easton Data Garden.
Neighbourhood Planning is bringing our other activities and those of the groups we support into equal relationships with professionals and experts to realise a better Environment through the Blue-Collar-15-Minute-City. By starting with the data collected and the lived experience of our marginalised community, it is possible to put addressing inequality at the heart of change.