asr foundation

a.s.r.'s raison d'être is to help people. We help customers in sharing risks and building up assets together for the future. Customers must be able to make conscious financial choices and be financially self-sufficient for this. a.s.r. foundation contributes to financial self-reliance. 

For a.s.r. social involvement is more than just sustainable entrepreneurship. It also means investing in various sustainable social initiatives. That is why a.s.r. foundation initiates projects with the help of the voluntary efforts of colleagues with regard to two themes:

Financial self-reliance 

We focus on promoting financial education for children and young people and preventing people from getting into (problematic) debt.

a.s.r. employees help to make financial choices

Among other things, we help teaching children at school. How to deal responsibly with money, what are the possibilities and pitfalls of managing money? And to ensure that you have enough money in the future? We consciously focus on students, because they have the future.

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In the Netherlands, 1 in 5 households have risky or problematic debts. The debt burden is on average € 40,000, spread over 14 different creditors. The possibility that someone gets in debt is a combination of factors. Among other things having a disorderly administration, the lack of good financial education and low literacy appear to increase the chance of debts.

See the documentary on debts in the Vogel-neighbourhood of Amsterdam:

Helping by doing

Community organizations are often dependent on volunteers for 'something extra'. a.s.r. foundation wants to inspire as many colleagues as possible to volunteer. We organize Social Team Activities in which colleagues help social organizations by lending a hand, or help with a 'Refreshing view' on things. We also support colleagues who volunteer, with a financial contribution in their private environment.

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