Ansar Youth Project
Ansar Youth Project
An exciting and innovative youth organisation which targets young people from a diverse range of disadvantaged and marginalised communities in Brent and neighbouring boroughs
We believe that young people who are left behind by other organisations should not be ignored, rather engaged with. We believe that those young people who are disadvantaged should not be overlooked, but mentored. We believe that the young boy peddling drugs on the street corner should not be thought of as a lost cause, but a potential integrated citizen of the British community. In the end, the potential of our society is not being reached due to our inability to access and help those who are most in need, and most able to contribute to our society. Young people deserve a dedicated facility in which they can grow and develop as socially and spiritually conscientious individuals, who are well-integrated, active and model citizens of society.
In a nutshell, our organisation aims to advance the education and relief of young people through youth programmes and activities so as to develop their physical, mental, social, emotional and spiritual capacities so that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society.
Ansar Youth Project aims to:
- Create and develop youth initiatives that engage young people in a fun, safe environment and supports them to develop in a holistic way.
- Run research and consultation sessions with young people and community stakeholders to identify the ongoing needs and issues facing young people and the community.
- To remove as many participation barriers as possible that include: -cultural barriers -racial barriers -physical barriers -locality barriers -income barriers
- To aid young people to develop as leaders and positive active members of society.
Established: January 2006
Registered Charity Number: 1119724
Board members: 10
Part time staff: 4
Phone number: 07403490427
Address: 444 High Road Wembley London HA9 6AHView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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