Joint Flag Day
Support Our Flag Day

Great news! We are having a joint Flag Day on 19 July with The Dragon Foundation*. It is part of an energetic community-wide fund-raising drive. Community involvement is so important to us, helping us to keep pace with youth's changing needs.

Your help means that we can constantly energize our core services. We provide thousands of different activities, from IT training to creative workshops, from multi-sport competitions to English public speaking contests. Talented and underprivileged young people all need encouragement from all of us to develop fully.


We will be out in force on Hong Kong Island on 19 July and we need your help if we are to reach our target of HK$2 million. A simple donation would be very welcome but you can also help us to sell flags by providing volunteers or help us distribute collection bags among your staff for early donations. In all, we are looking for at least 4,000 volunteers to help sell flags. Find a way that suits you, but please, do join us in this major campaign!
Click here to link to the Flag Day donation form. Please call Ms Ada Cheng at our Partnership Office tel 2123 9598 to learn more.

*The Dragon Foundation was inaugurated in February 2000 and incorporated under the Companies Ordinance in Hong Kong with wide community support. It is a non-profit, charitable organization committed to nurturing young Chinese people worldwide as leaders of tomorrow. It is managed by a Board of Directors and its Secretariat is administered by The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups. Visit for more information

Thanks to Partners

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HKFYG and The Dragon Foundation: Joint Flag Day

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LEAD Creativity Showcase
sponsored by Sony and Cyberport

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Movie tickets donated by
Edko Films Ltd

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Donation box programme at JUSCO

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Feature Story

Students helped by our school social workers

Yen, 22, who is now doing Marketing at HKU SPACE, told us how the Federation's school social worker helped her pass through some critical moments in her life. A  Primary 4 student, Cherry, has been assisted by our school social worker in gaining self confidence over her speech and communication disorders.. Click here to read about their stories....


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Federation News

Youth Business Hong Kong (YBHK) programme is now inviting applications

The programme is now inviting youth who are interested in starting their own business to enroll in the second batch of 2006. The successful applicants will receive seed funds and expert mentorship. For further details, contact Louisa Lau, tel 3113 7999 email or visit

Hong Kong Young Ambassador Scheme 2006 is inviting nominations

The scheme is now inviting nominations and the selection process will be taken place on 29 June and 4 July. This year, 230 young people studying locally or overseas will be appointed as Hong Kong Young Ambassadors, spreading the message of Hong Kong's hospitality. Click here to learn more about the programme:

Service Spotlight

School Social Work Service

36 secondary schools are served by professionally qualified social workers from the Federation. The counselling work of our school social work service is wide-ranging and includes dealing with school related problems, mainly focusing on adjustment to school life and study motivation, family problems and emotional or mental health problems. Our school social work unit is also running the Adolescent Depression Project, and helps teachers deal with such cases.
Link to list of schools receiving the Federation's school social work service