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Youth Matters
Look to the future

We would like to thank all our partners who have stood by us over the last year, encouraging, supporting and nurturing our mission and work. Because of you, HKFYG has been able to serve the youth of Hong Kong and we are grateful for your investment in the next generation. We look forward to our continued collaborations and partnerships in 2012. Each gift you make, whether in time, resources or expertise, is of inestimable value.

As a result of your partnership, we are able to provide guidance to teenagers about exams, drugs, online risks and troubled relationships. The social workers work through hotlines, on the web, at the Youth Wellness Centre, in schools and out on the streets. In our Tin Shui Wai schools, partnership projects help children with English. At the Centre for Leadership Development youngsters learn about teamwork and decision-making. The Youth Employment Centre helps young entrepreneurs start up in business and maximize their potential. These are but a few examples of how much your partnership matters.

With our very best wishes for Christmas and the New Year. ... more ...
uTouch cyber outreach
Hundreds helped by uTouch cyber outreach pilot project funded by the Lotteries Fund
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Coming soon
Highlights of festive musical calendar at A Cappella Christmas Carolling 2011 and countdown carnival on New Year's Eve
Hong Kong Melody Makers
Open University President, Professor John C Y Leong, live discussion with HKFYG youngsters on 29 December 7pm
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Thank you to all our partners
Beautiful limited edition prints of famous paintings of horses for sale courtesy of Xu Beihong Arts Committee
Thank you to all our partners
Federation to benefit from Infocast 2012 calendar focus on innovation and change
"Star" Ferry Co, Ltd and Tourism Commission work with HKFYG's Young Ambassadors on Fairy Ferry Christmas harbour tour
Many thanks to Mega Showcase for giving complimentary tickets for u21 Youthnet Members for 24-27 December
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Recent events
Neighbourhood First project launched with 1,500 young HKFYG team members and new website with Home Affairs Bureau support
Neighbourhood First
High-energy, interactive Aladdin and his Magical Lamp at HKFYG Lee Shau Kee College
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Unlocking young love: a new issue of Youth Hong Kong
a quarterly for educators, partners and parents
Youth Hong Kong December 2011 & Youth SPOT Magazine 009
Youth SPOT Magazine 009 on the mobile internet for young people
Plus free hot drinks offer
HKFYG Youth Poll Survey 207 on neighbourliness
shows over 50% 15-34 year-olds know few, if any neighbours
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