Youth Matters
Youth Crime: Prevention not Cure
YCPC Project R
A nightmare for any parent is to have a son or daughter in trouble with the law. For those who find themselves in this predicament, whether youth, victims or parents, the Federation's Youth Crime Prevention Centre is there to help.

Early intervention, scientific risk assessment and counselling are some of the goals of HKFYG's Youth Crime Prevention Centre (YCPC). At the front line are the outreach workers of programmes like the award-winning Project R, which cooperates with the police when young people are arrested.

Nobody wants to see young people in prison. Get in touch to work with us on preventive measures and support through the HKFYG Youth Crime Prevention Centre (YCPC).
Call Brenda Yip 3755 7101 in Partnership, or Wilson Chan 3755 7064 at YCPC.
See the news below for more about YCPC.
YCPC Project R
Federation YCPC wins Best Practice award for Project R: Assisting Arrested Youth
Awarding body Hong Kong Council of Social Service
Major project partner Hong Kong Police
Aims To break the vicious cycle of youth criminality
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Enquiries Wilson Chan 3755 7064
Coming soon
Youth! Don't gamble! Phase IV
Youth! Don't gamble! Phase IV:
Anti-gambling programme again supported by Ping Wo Fund

Organized by HKFYG YCPC Extended Services for Young Night Drifters
Features Educational video-games & 3-D holograms
October 2017 Anti-gambling electronics Fair & photography competition
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Enquiries Ken Lee 2702 2202

Youth Business Unit co-organizes Young Entrepreneurs course with Hong Kong General Chamber of Young Entrepreneurs
Speakers Rono Kwong, Chair, Hong Kong General Chamber of Young Entrepreneurs;
Aaron Lee, Founder, Dash Serviced Suites; Calvin Tse, Founder of Kam Kee Holdings Ltd
Youth Matters The entrepreneurial blind spot
Youth Matters Development strategy for HK & mainland China marketing
Youth Matters Introduction to investors' thinking
Target 100 people aged 18+ with an interest in startups and entrepreneurship
Dates Saturday 23 & Saturday 30 September 2017
Venue 10/F, HKFYG Building, 21 Pak Fuk Road, North Point, HK
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Enquiries Samuel Szeto or Kay Tai at 3956 8001
Thank YOU partners
Thank you partners
China and Hong Kong Gas Ltd blend efforts to create HKFYG M21 Kitchen
Equipped with high spec appliances sponsored by Towngas, the media centre's kitchen gives youth the chance to practice cooking skills while learning how to video their experience.
Venue M21, LG2/F, Shek Pai Wan Shopping Centre, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
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Enquiries Katy Lok 3979 0033

21st and 22nd Airport Ambassador welcome and farewell ceremony co-organized by HKFYG & Airport Authority
Officiating guests Included Mr Carlson K S Chan JP, Commissioner for Labour; Mr Fred Lam Tin-fuk JP, CEO, Airport Authority
Youth Matters New Airport Ambassadors introduced
Youth Matters Current programme participants promoted to Ambassador Leaders
Youth Matters New ambassadors receive 12-month-training to provide quality customer service to tourists
Youth Matters Overseas exchange programme in Japan, Korea or Singapore also offered to selected participants
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Enquiries Joey Au Yeung 3113 7999

Apple Daily Charitable Foundation donates Ocean Park tickets for vulnerable youth
Aim Inclusion for vulnerable youth via HKFYG Youth Crime Prevention Centre
Programme name Community Share‧Share Love.
Enquiries Bob Lee 2487 6151