When you hold fundraising events, think about making HKFYG a beneficiary of your proceeds. Big corporations, banks and or hotels donate to us in this way via charity fairs and contests, knowing that with HKFYG they identify their brand with youth.
Contact Brenda Yip to find out more
Tel: 3755 7103
Juven “Good Reads for Good Deeds”
Juven organized a charity campaign “Good Reads for Good Deeds” during the Hong Kong Book Fair 2018 and the Federation was one of the beneficiaries. The Campaign encouraged people to make a donation through Juven’s online platform to support the Federation’s youth service. Incentives and rewards are given to the donors from booksellers and publishers.
Canon PhotoMarathon 2017
Thousands of contestants took part in the “Canon PhotoMarathon” on 8 October 2017. Enrollment fees donated to HKFYG by Canon Hongkong Company Limited will be used to support the Federation’s brand-new Digital Adventure-Based Leadership Programme run by Leadership 21 at the Former Fanling Magistracy. This programme targets secondary school students in North District and is designed to blend traditional adventure training with digital technology, enhancing students’ leadership and team-building skills and nurturing young people who are committed to serving Hong Kong.
Sun Hung Kai Properties Hong Kong Cyclothon
Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited was the title sponsor of the Hong Kong Cyclothon held on 25 September 2016. The company designated the Federation as one of their beneficiaries and proceeds helped to launch the SHKP Smart Kids Learning Project at five youth centres in Shatin, Kwun Tong, Tin Shui Wai, Tseung Kwan O and North districts. This project provides comprehensive, stable, free learning support for 400 underprivileged children in Primary 1 to Secondary 3, cultivating independent learning and building confidence.
Regal Hotels International
Donation boxes were placed in 8 Regal Hotels in Hong Kong from July to September 2016 and hotel customers dropped in spare change to support the Federation’s youth services.
Citywalk Easter Carnival
A 9-metre tall giant game machine was set up in Citywalk during the 2016 Easter Carnival. The Federation was the beneficiary of cash paid to use the machine and donors won Easter eggs and other gifts. During the Carnival, youth shows and workshops were also organised by the Federation in the mall.
The Correctional Services Department Autumn Fair sale
The Correctional Services Department Sports Association (CSDSA) held its 65th Autumn Fair in November 2017 and made the Federation a beneficiary. The cheque presentation was in March 2018 and the donation helps us provide development opportunities for Hong Kong young people.