The highlight of the evening was the buzz created within the room and the enthusiasm of all the players, coaches and support staff in attendance. I must be honest and say that I did not know of the great work ASR Project does and this is something we need to highlight within our organisation to the wider football family and beyond.
Kieth Stroud Chief Executive of Beds FA
ASR have a professional ethos and aspire to not only better themselves but also better their community. The team are a pleasure to work and i could not recommend them enough. they do imperative work that should be encouraged by all.
Dr. Monjor Ahmed Doctor (Specializing in Pediatrics)
Something that ASR and Luton Sixth Form College have in common, we are about helping young people experience success.
Chris Nicholls Principal of Luton Sixth Form College
In my years of experience i have never come across an organisation as professional as the team at ASR. The install this ethic into their volunteers also. I thoroughly enjoyed working along side them
Razwan Khan Professional Youth Worker (8+ years Expereince)
ASR Projects have done some amazing work in the local community. The impact their organisation has in our town is immense. They have amassed a large number of experienced staff that specialize in youth related work.
Ahsan Zaman Local Entrepreneur
ASR Learning Centre
In 2012 we launched ASR Learning Centre to reduce Youth Unemployment and decrease the NEETs in Luton.
Our team are made of professional youth workers who have dedicated their time to supporting and developing young people and the community. ASR initially started as a voluntary project with the aim of reducing anti social behaviour. As time went on, we had developed a wide variety of methods and models to engage young people.
ASR Learning Centre is based in Luton and more specifically in the Biscot Ward. The largest ethnic minority group in the town is South Asian and about half of these are Pakistani, with second largest being Bangladeshi. The recent Census indicated that the Pakistani and Bangladeshi populations represented over half of the populations in the central Dallow and Biscot wards, two of the most deprived Super Output Areas in the town
Since 2012 We have worked with over 500 people on various different contracts within the Dallow and Biscot Wards. Our work in the community has been locally and nationally recognised.
If you want to get involved with our project, please feel free to contact us and see how we can help you further.