Youth Matters
One minute, one emotion
One minute, one emotion
Have you ever tried to tell an inspiring story in a video just one minute-long? This is the challenge from HKFYG M21. Our target is people of all ages who have overcome problems against the odds with courage, optimism and perseverance.

In partnership with the Lee Hysan Foundation and TVB, One minute, One emotion is a series of mini movies from HKFYG's Jockey Club Media 21 (M21) being aired at 11.30pm every Saturday and Sunday on TVB Jade.

Watch the clips here

Joy, relief, elation. Their faces make their positive attitude clear, giving delight and hope to those with problems of their own. Don't miss this popular series. It will run for 25 weeks.

Enquiries Cherry Chan or CK Chow 3979 0043 or 3979 0040
HKFYG young volunteers awards from Social Welfare Department for Outstanding Youth Volunteers Scheme
Outstanding Youth Volunteers Scheme
Six HKFYG volunteers, Yeung Yat Ming, Wong Chun Hong, Lau Shan Shan, Chan Chun Hei, Ng Ka Ying and Lam Wing Ting, received awards from the Social Welfare Department for voluntary contribution. HKFYG received a prize for more than 10,000 hours of voluntary work completed in 2014 and was 5th Runner-up in the Social Welfare Department Public Organizations Highest Service Hours Award 2014 with over 860,000 service hours in 2014.
Enquiries Doris Lee 2169 0032
What's NEW
Movies about vulnerable youth supported by Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education
Turning Point - Youth Improvement Awards
HKFYG's Youth Crime Prevention Centre does outreach work with vulnerable young people such as those involved crime, illegal sex, drugs or violence. Every year, its Turning Point - Youth Improvement Awards go to those who have successfully overcome such challenges. A recent grant from the Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education will enable the team to make 10 mini movies about award winners, sending a positive message to the community about how everyone can make a change for the better despite their past.
More information
Enquiries Ken Lee 2702 2202
Coming Soon
Jockey Club Social Innovation Centre: Business Breakfast Meeting in April
Jockey Club Social Innovation Centre: Business Breakfast Meeting
The HKFYG Jockey Club Social Innovation Centre organizes business breakfast meetings every month where youth entrepreneurs can build business networks and strengthen business know-how. The next meeting is on 8 April with Mr Alex Kong, founder of TNG (Asia) Ltd and CEO of Sino Dynamic, a company that aims to develop an electronic wallet with secure, fast and convenient e-payments.
More details
Enquiries Tai Ming-yeung 3956 8002
Thank YOU partners
Thank you partners
HKFYG a cappella Musical Dinner 2016 supported by many sponsors and donors
Love & Peace was the theme of this year's sociable musical dinner on 17 March 2016 in the Grand Ballroom, Conrad Hong Kong.
Funds raised go towards services for youth at risk and those in disadvantaged circumstances in Hong Kong. Mr Norman Chan Tak-lam, GBS, JP, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, was Guest of Honour. Click here to see all partners, sponsors and guests. Our sincere thanks go to all of them.
Festival Major Sponsor
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust
Food and Beverage Sponsor
Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation
Ommm (France), SoCal Vocals (US), HamojiN (Japan),
Anna Lo, HKFYG Hong Kong Melody Makers
Fundraising Committee
Ms. Joyce Tam (Convenor), Mrs. Leanne Lu Chu, Ms. Nancy Fung, Ms. Queenie Rosita Law, Mrs. Jacqueline Sun & Ms. Bonnie Chan Woo
Programme Committee
Mr. Alex Tam (Convenor), Mr. Adrian Fu, Ms. Roxane Lo, Mr. Jonathan Tam & Ms. Joyce Tam
Enquiries Brenda Yip 3755 7101

Link REIT funded music programme at Youth SPOTs
The HKFYG Jockey Club Tseung Kwan O, Lohas and Verbena Youth SPOTs plus the Felix Wong Youth SPOT have funding from Link Together Initiatives to organize Sing My Music, a programme for young people who love to sing. With singing skills workshops and roadshows this is a great chance to put talent on show.
More details
Enquiries Wong Sum-yee 2623 3121
ust published
Friendship on the Road: Youth Hong Kong March 2016
A new multi-faceted project at HKFYG is the focus of this issue which also has interviews, young writers and features. The One Belt One Road One Friendship project includes independent travel and organized exchange, study and learning, seminars and exhibitions all on the Belt and Road theme and all planned to encourage youth to make the most of opportunities as they come their way.
Online at
Enquiries Elaine Morgan or Ada Chau 3755 7108