Be a Co-operator
Association of Salesian Cooperators (ASC) is the movement of the laity of the Salesian Family of Don Bosco. It is also one of the three main branches of the Salesian Family founded directly by Don Bosco in 1876. The movement was created with the purpose to share the ideals of the Salesian Preventive System in the education of young people, especially those who are poorest, without the need to be a priest or a lay religious. The ASC’s superior is the Rector Major of the Salesians. ASC has a membership of about 30,000 and is present in 58 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania and South America.