Committed to setting up a youth membership network, providing quality services that address young people’s problems, and promoting healthy all-round development, HKFYG needs your sponsorship in many ways. Over 70 service units organize more than 25,000 activities annually, at which attendance now stands at around 6 million a year. All these activities need support from companies and organizations, funds and foundations, individual and group philanthropists. However and whatever you wish to give, we wish to work with you to achieve these goals.

eGiving Online Donation Platform

Multifarious in nature, all our activities and services aim to meet the ever-changing needs of young people and their families. Our work would be impossible without the unfailing support of dedicated, committed partners who share our vision. To benefit more youth in need, the one-stop online donation platform eGiving has been launched to offer diversified fundraising projects and convenient donation methods, encouraging members of the public to support specific youth services that they are interested regardless of time and place.

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Neighbourhood First

Neighbourhood First brings the community together and is led by Hong Kong’s young people. They put neighbours first by showing them care and concern, with a sense of responsibility and civic mindedness. Sponsoring the work of this community net means different things to different people. Neighbourhood Teams work in all of Hong Kong’s 18 districts and donors may consider sponsoring team projects. They may also give donations in-kind, or support the annual Neighbourhood Day. All these help us encourage young people to care for and support their neighbours. All of them mean young people will understand why neighbourhood comes first.

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Heart to Heart Project

The project encourages schools to organize volunteer activities of 500+ hours a year. It aims to cultivate a genuine wish to serve the community and to promote the concept of mutual help among neighbourhood.  Every year, nearly 200 schools sign up to be Heart to Heart Schools and contribute over 200,000 service hours in over 130 service projects, and nearly 100 Heart to Heart Companies pledge HK$3,000 to support these projects.

Want to become a Heart to Heart Company? Join us! Click here

HKFYG Jockey Club Media 21

M21, in Shek Pai Wan, Aberdeen, is all about youth and multimedia. With media training programmes, production courses and media literacy training, M21 acts as a nerve centre for HKFYG’s service network in 18 districts. Multimedia are a star attraction for young people today. With multimedia they can innovate, create, connect and produce. M21 trains them in the skills for today’s hi-tech multimedia platforms. It also offers media counselling on the internet and via social media. We need your donations to help us cover the costs of production hardware and software. We need your mentorship and expertise for media training courses and we need your imagination to fire creative developments in future.

Call 3979 0000, go to or email to find out more.

Wellness Mind Centre

The Wellness Mind Centre brings the work of HKFYG’s counselling units together under one umbrella. The Centre motivates youth to seek help and start to help themselves by participating actively in the community. As well as supporting them with professional hotline, online and face-to-face services, counseling is also offered via the Centre’s educational and developmental programmes. They promote emotional wellness, love and sex education plus media literacy throughout schools and the community.

Help a young person in a moment of need. Volunteer for the counselling hotline or donate to support our services. Click for more information.

WL Residence

The WL Residence provides short term residential services with life planning guidance and career skills training for 18-24 year-olds facing personal challenges or family problems. Its aims are not only to give temporary shelter but also to give young people the hope and the skills they need to make a successful step into adulthood and to become productive, responsible, caring members of the community.

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