Aimed at all those who are interested in young people, their problems and concerns, hopes and aspirations, Invest in Youth, shares with you the latest development of the Federation and young people. We sincerely invite you to join us as a partner in nurturing the younger generation.
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Flag Day

For the first time in our more than 40 year history, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups will host its first ever Flag Day. To be held on 29 May, the Flag Day will be a new effort to introduce the Federation to the wider public, while also soliciting financial support from the community.

The money raised from the Flag Day will support the Federation, not only in its ongoing programmes and projects, but also help it to develop new initiatives to meet the constantly changing needs of young people. You can read more about the Federation's professional and diversified services below.

We call upon all our friends and partners to support this effort. Not only will we gratefully welcome your generous donations to help us meet our target goal of HK$ 2 million, but we also call on you to help in other ways.

You can help us sell flags by providing staff. You can help us distribute the money collection bags amongst your staff prior to Flag Day for early donations. You can help provide or distribute prizes, souvenirs and even food and drink to the Flag sellers. In all, we are looking for at least 10,000 volunteers to help sell Flags. Find a way that suits you, but please, do join with us!

Please call our Partnership Office at 2123 9598 to learn more.

Milestones of the Federation
For over 40 years the Federation has been pioneering youth services.more


The Problem of Obesity in Children and Adolescents
Lack of exercise and unhealthy eating habits have resulted in the worrying development of overweight and obese children and adolescents…more

Encouraging Youth to New Careers
The Creative Industry can provide new opportunities for possible careers…more

Nurturing Public Speakers
The winners of the Hong Kong English Public Speaking Contest 2004 to receive book vouchers from The Commercial Press (H.K.) Limitedmore

Developing an Interest in Tennis
The Hong Kong Tennis Association helped young people learn more about tennis…more

Youth Unemployment Rate on the Rise Again
The unemployment rate of young people aged between 15 and 19 is on the rise againmore


Outstanding Student Loan Debts Remain High
Students still find it difficult to repay their students loans...more

Considering Oneself to be Patriotic

According to a survey, 50% of university students interviewed considered themselves to be patriotic…more

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