Youth Matters
Leaving no child behind
Hong Kong is facing an ever-widening income gap. What is most worrying for us is evidence which shows that one in four children live in poverty, including 16,000 children who belong to families that cannot afford to feed them. But there is also the worrying figure that 126,000 children lack at least one school-related item such as an internet connection at home, or at least one extra-curricular activity after school. What can you do to help them? ...more
What's new
Youth Matters Kwai Chung Hospital and HKFYG Youth Crime Prevention Centre launch new service for youth drugs abusers and youth at-risk
Youth Matters The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust supports Very Hong Kong video and photo competition ...more
Dr Rosanna Wong,  Commissioner for Narcotics, Mrs. Erika HUI, J.P. and Chief Executive of Kwai Chung Hospital Dr. William Lo
Coming soon
Youth Matters My Commitment to Hong Kong: Youth Service Award Presentation Ceremony
Youth Matters Talks on JUPAS course selection strategy with HKFYG's DSE @ 2777 1112 counselling service at HK Poly U's Hong Kong Community College
Youth Matters Hong Kong Arts Development Council and HKFYG host Street Dance Camp in Sai Kung ...more
Hong Kong Youth Service Awards
Thank you partners
Thank you partners
Youth Matters We Get It - Musical on Air !!! with RTHK Community Involvement Broadcasting Service
Youth Matters A Night at the Library - Journey of Science & Creativity with the Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Youth Matters Support for migrant children: a student exchange programme in Dongguan supported by Commission on Youth
Just published
Youth Matters Pressures and needs of young people with student loans: a new HKFYG Youth Study Series report ...more
HKFYG Youth Study Series 49