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FEATURED CAMPAIGN

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PARTNER GALLERY

Hong Kong Free Press 2017 Funding Drive: Securing independent reporting
US$46,060
Total Fundraised
FU BACKER
US$45,685
Total Fundraised

WHAT'S NEW

  • With The World of Tim Burton touring exhibition opening in Hong Kong in November, long-awaited Tim Burton fans certainly would not miss out. Yet more exciting is the opportunity for everyone to truly be part of The World of Time Burton and play a part to bring about the success of the exhibition.

    236
    US$66,917
    51 days
    The World of Tim Burton, Hong Kong Art

    The World of Tim Burton, Hong Kong

    Project by TAO Co.

    With The World of Tim Burton touring exhibition opening in Hong Kong in November, long-awaited Tim Burton fans certainly would not miss out. Yet more exciting is the opportunity for everyone to truly be part of The World of Time Burton and play a part to bring about the success of the exhibition.

    236
    US$66,917
    51 days

    Nu Tong Xue She (NTXS) hope that through showcasing books relevant to gender and sexuality issues, organizing activities such as book readings, seminars and sharing sessions, book fair, booths for LGBT-friendly organizations and a cozy reading corner for visitors during the Festival, a friendly and open environment for the general public to understand, explore and discuss the various facets of gender and sexuality could be created. In recent years, tension and even hostility between different social groups in Hong Kong has been growing stronger, pulling people farther apart as they uphold their own beliefs and bash those with differing opinions. The burning need for conversation is apparent. We would therefore like to make “Dialogue” the theme of the 2017 Festival. We hope that through reading, participants of the Festival can listen to, contemplate and respond to various issues related to gender and sexuality, to engage in a dialogue with themselves, family, friends and the society, to exchange knowledge and then to rethink the various possibilities of LGBT movement. Dates:Friday to Sunday, 17-19 February, 2017 Time:12:00 noon to 7:00 p.m Venue:Central Courtyard, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC)

    38%
    US$749
    57 days
    2nd Hong Kong Queer Literary and Cultural Festival Culture

    2nd Hong Kong Queer Literary and Cultural Festival

    Project by 女同學社 Nu Tong Xue Shi

    Nu Tong Xue She (NTXS) hope that through showcasing books relevant to gender and sexuality issues, organizing activities such as book readings, seminars and sharing sessions, book fair, booths for LGBT-friendly organizations and a cozy reading corner for visitors during the Festival, a friendly and open environment for the general public to understand, explore and discuss the various facets of gender and sexuality could be created. In recent years, tension and even hostility between different social groups in Hong Kong has been growing stronger, pulling people farther apart as they uphold their own beliefs and bash those with differing opinions. The burning need for conversation is apparent. We would therefore like to make “Dialogue” the theme of the 2017 Festival. We hope that through reading, participants of the Festival can listen to, contemplate and respond to various issues related to gender and sexuality, to engage in a dialogue with themselves, family, friends and the society, to exchange knowledge and then to rethink the various possibilities of LGBT movement. Dates:Friday to Sunday, 17-19 February, 2017 Time:12:00 noon to 7:00 p.m Venue:Central Courtyard, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC)

    38%
    US$749
    57 days

    "The Philippines Chinese Medicine Service Trip" is an overseas pro bono Chinese Medicine service program organized by undergraduates of Chinese Medicine in Hong Kong. Registered Chinese Medicine practitioners will lead senior students to provide voluntary medical service in Philippines from 29th Jan to 5th Feb 2017. We hope to achieve the following goals: 1. Serve local patients and promote Chinese Medicine. 2. Enhance students' clinical skills. 3. Pass on the spirit of benevolence.

    2%
    US$129
    57 days
    2017 The Philippines Chinese Medicine Service Trip Charity

    2017 The Philippines Chinese Medicine Service Trip

    Project by Chinese Medicine For All

    "The Philippines Chinese Medicine Service Trip" is an overseas pro bono Chinese Medicine service program organized by undergraduates of Chinese Medicine in Hong Kong. Registered Chinese Medicine practitioners will lead senior students to provide voluntary medical service in Philippines from 29th Jan to 5th Feb 2017. We hope to achieve the following goals: 1. Serve local patients and promote Chinese Medicine. 2. Enhance students' clinical skills. 3. Pass on the spirit of benevolence.

    2%
    US$129
    57 days

    No one should be threatened by violence! With collective power, combating domestic violence by empowering sexual minority women, teenage girls, and new arrival women who are threatened by intimate partner violence, and improve their lives. The project will also raise public’s concern to their situation, and say NO to DOMESTIC VIOLENCE!

    1
    US$39
    15 days
    White Ribbon For Women - STOP Violence Against Women TOGETHER! Charity

    White Ribbon For Women - STOP Violence Against Women TOGETHER!

    Project by HER Fund

    No one should be threatened by violence! With collective power, combating domestic violence by empowering sexual minority women, teenage girls, and new arrival women who are threatened by intimate partner violence, and improve their lives. The project will also raise public’s concern to their situation, and say NO to DOMESTIC VIOLENCE!

    1
    US$39
    15 days
  • Traditional food truck (hawker trolleys) is one of the most important Hong Kong culture. In order to sustain and develop this iconic Hong Kong culture, we are going to redesign and redefine the traditional food truck.

    1%
    US$78
    47 days
    Traditional Food Truck GO! GO! GO! Culture & Art

    Traditional Food Truck GO! GO! GO!

    Project by Hong Kong Art & Design Community

    Traditional food truck (hawker trolleys) is one of the most important Hong Kong culture. In order to sustain and develop this iconic Hong Kong culture, we are going to redesign and redefine the traditional food truck.

    1%
    US$78
    47 days

    Forty runners from Fearless Dragon Running Team, Hong Kong’s first running team consisting of people who are visually challenged, hearing impaired, and from Ebenezer School are invited by Visit Okinawa to take part in the Ishigaki Island Marathon in January 2017 We need your support to achieve the fundraising goal of HK$120,000! The funds will be used to support people with visual and hearing disability and the promotion of inclusive society in Hong Kong.

    42
    US$2,938
    38 days
    Blind and Deaf runners challenging Full Marathon in Ishigaki Island, Japan Sport

    Blind and Deaf runners challenging Full Marathon in Ishigaki Island, Japan

    Project by HKNPIS

    Forty runners from Fearless Dragon Running Team, Hong Kong’s first running team consisting of people who are visually challenged, hearing impaired, and from Ebenezer School are invited by Visit Okinawa to take part in the Ishigaki Island Marathon in January 2017 We need your support to achieve the fundraising goal of HK$120,000! The funds will be used to support people with visual and hearing disability and the promotion of inclusive society in Hong Kong.

    42
    US$2,938
    38 days

    From the early to mid 20th century Hong Kong provided refuge to teeming thousands of immigrants from Mainland China. These people brought diverse skills and knowledge as well as capital to Hong Kong. Among them were some of the most prominent martial artists from China. Continued political instability in China from the late 19th to mid 20th century triggered several migration waves to Hong Kong, which engendered the development of Hong Kong’s unique culture, including Hong Kong martial arts.

    100%
    US$8,311
    Funded
    Hong Kong Hakka Martial Arts Research Publication Publishing

    Hong Kong Hakka Martial Arts Research Publication

    Project by International Guoshu Association

    From the early to mid 20th century Hong Kong provided refuge to teeming thousands of immigrants from Mainland China. These people brought diverse skills and knowledge as well as capital to Hong Kong. Among them were some of the most prominent martial artists from China. Continued political instability in China from the late 19th to mid 20th century triggered several migration waves to Hong Kong, which engendered the development of Hong Kong’s unique culture, including Hong Kong martial arts.

    100%
    US$8,311
    Funded

    摩菲亞是今屆今生不做機械人夢想計劃得獎者,陸續出版希望贊助他出版繪本之餘,能把他的繪本推介給香港人,以眾籌形式獲得更多關注。眾籌所得款項扣除開支,會撥捐創辦「今生不做機械人夢想計劃」之慈善機構「籽識慈善基金有限公司」,繼續鼓勵年輕人追求並實現夢想。 「我只是想出書,來證明殘疾人士都可以貢獻社會,都充滿正能量。」一個在香港土生土長的巴基斯坦男孩摩菲亞,即使他現在只能郁動頭部、右手掌和手指,他的繪本《我在鯊魚口中長大了》正待出版。 摩菲亞今年十八歲,讀幼稚園的時候確診患上肌肉萎縮症。他自小便愛畫畫,雖然手指不靈活,他學會用Photoshop。現在他會先用鉛筆起稿,將畫作掃描後上載電腦,然後用Photoshop上色。「我很喜歡動物,他們是我故事的主角。」《我在鯊魚口中長大了》故事講述一隻膽小的馬,如何克服心中的恐懼。 摩菲亞的身體功能正續漸退化,但他充滿生命力。肌肉萎縮症無礙他追尋夢想,他期望透過繪本傳達積極的生活態度。你可以幫助他實現夢想嗎?

    100%
    US$1,289
    Funded
    "Grow from Shark's Mouth" Book Illustration Publishing Publishing

    "Grow from Shark's Mouth" Book Illustration Publishing

    Project by 陸續出版

    摩菲亞是今屆今生不做機械人夢想計劃得獎者,陸續出版希望贊助他出版繪本之餘,能把他的繪本推介給香港人,以眾籌形式獲得更多關注。眾籌所得款項扣除開支,會撥捐創辦「今生不做機械人夢想計劃」之慈善機構「籽識慈善基金有限公司」,繼續鼓勵年輕人追求並實現夢想。 「我只是想出書,來證明殘疾人士都可以貢獻社會,都充滿正能量。」一個在香港土生土長的巴基斯坦男孩摩菲亞,即使他現在只能郁動頭部、右手掌和手指,他的繪本《我在鯊魚口中長大了》正待出版。 摩菲亞今年十八歲,讀幼稚園的時候確診患上肌肉萎縮症。他自小便愛畫畫,雖然手指不靈活,他學會用Photoshop。現在他會先用鉛筆起稿,將畫作掃描後上載電腦,然後用Photoshop上色。「我很喜歡動物,他們是我故事的主角。」《我在鯊魚口中長大了》故事講述一隻膽小的馬,如何克服心中的恐懼。 摩菲亞的身體功能正續漸退化,但他充滿生命力。肌肉萎縮症無礙他追尋夢想,他期望透過繪本傳達積極的生活態度。你可以幫助他實現夢想嗎?

    100%
    US$1,289
    Funded

With The World of Tim Burton touring exhibition opening in Hong Kong in November, long-awaited Tim Burton fans certainly would not miss out. Yet more exciting is the opportunity for everyone to truly be part of The World of Time Burton and play a part to bring about the success of the exhibition.

236
US$66,917
51 days
The World of Tim Burton, Hong Kong Art

The World of Tim Burton, Hong Kong

Project by TAO Co.

With The World of Tim Burton touring exhibition opening in Hong Kong in November, long-awaited Tim Burton fans certainly would not miss out. Yet more exciting is the opportunity for everyone to truly be part of The World of Time Burton and play a part to bring about the success of the exhibition.

236
US$66,917
51 days

Nu Tong Xue She (NTXS) hope that through showcasing books relevant to gender and sexuality issues, organizing activities such as book readings, seminars and sharing sessions, book fair, booths for LGBT-friendly organizations and a cozy reading corner for visitors during the Festival, a friendly and open environment for the general public to understand, explore and discuss the various facets of gender and sexuality could be created. In recent years, tension and even hostility between different social groups in Hong Kong has been growing stronger, pulling people farther apart as they uphold their own beliefs and bash those with differing opinions. The burning need for conversation is apparent. We would therefore like to make “Dialogue” the theme of the 2017 Festival. We hope that through reading, participants of the Festival can listen to, contemplate and respond to various issues related to gender and sexuality, to engage in a dialogue with themselves, family, friends and the society, to exchange knowledge and then to rethink the various possibilities of LGBT movement. Dates:Friday to Sunday, 17-19 February, 2017 Time:12:00 noon to 7:00 p.m Venue:Central Courtyard, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC)

38%
US$749
57 days
2nd Hong Kong Queer Literary and Cultural Festival Culture

2nd Hong Kong Queer Literary and Cultural Festival

Project by 女同學社 Nu Tong Xue Shi

Nu Tong Xue She (NTXS) hope that through showcasing books relevant to gender and sexuality issues, organizing activities such as book readings, seminars and sharing sessions, book fair, booths for LGBT-friendly organizations and a cozy reading corner for visitors during the Festival, a friendly and open environment for the general public to understand, explore and discuss the various facets of gender and sexuality could be created. In recent years, tension and even hostility between different social groups in Hong Kong has been growing stronger, pulling people farther apart as they uphold their own beliefs and bash those with differing opinions. The burning need for conversation is apparent. We would therefore like to make “Dialogue” the theme of the 2017 Festival. We hope that through reading, participants of the Festival can listen to, contemplate and respond to various issues related to gender and sexuality, to engage in a dialogue with themselves, family, friends and the society, to exchange knowledge and then to rethink the various possibilities of LGBT movement. Dates:Friday to Sunday, 17-19 February, 2017 Time:12:00 noon to 7:00 p.m Venue:Central Courtyard, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC)

38%
US$749
57 days

"The Philippines Chinese Medicine Service Trip" is an overseas pro bono Chinese Medicine service program organized by undergraduates of Chinese Medicine in Hong Kong. Registered Chinese Medicine practitioners will lead senior students to provide voluntary medical service in Philippines from 29th Jan to 5th Feb 2017. We hope to achieve the following goals: 1. Serve local patients and promote Chinese Medicine. 2. Enhance students' clinical skills. 3. Pass on the spirit of benevolence.

2%
US$129
57 days
2017 The Philippines Chinese Medicine Service Trip Charity

2017 The Philippines Chinese Medicine Service Trip

Project by Chinese Medicine For All

"The Philippines Chinese Medicine Service Trip" is an overseas pro bono Chinese Medicine service program organized by undergraduates of Chinese Medicine in Hong Kong. Registered Chinese Medicine practitioners will lead senior students to provide voluntary medical service in Philippines from 29th Jan to 5th Feb 2017. We hope to achieve the following goals: 1. Serve local patients and promote Chinese Medicine. 2. Enhance students' clinical skills. 3. Pass on the spirit of benevolence.

2%
US$129
57 days

No one should be threatened by violence! With collective power, combating domestic violence by empowering sexual minority women, teenage girls, and new arrival women who are threatened by intimate partner violence, and improve their lives. The project will also raise public’s concern to their situation, and say NO to DOMESTIC VIOLENCE!

1
US$39
15 days
White Ribbon For Women - STOP Violence Against Women TOGETHER! Charity

White Ribbon For Women - STOP Violence Against Women TOGETHER!

Project by HER Fund

No one should be threatened by violence! With collective power, combating domestic violence by empowering sexual minority women, teenage girls, and new arrival women who are threatened by intimate partner violence, and improve their lives. The project will also raise public’s concern to their situation, and say NO to DOMESTIC VIOLENCE!

1
US$39
15 days

Traditional food truck (hawker trolleys) is one of the most important Hong Kong culture. In order to sustain and develop this iconic Hong Kong culture, we are going to redesign and redefine the traditional food truck.

1%
US$78
47 days
Traditional Food Truck GO! GO! GO! Culture & Art

Traditional Food Truck GO! GO! GO!

Project by Hong Kong Art & Design Community

Traditional food truck (hawker trolleys) is one of the most important Hong Kong culture. In order to sustain and develop this iconic Hong Kong culture, we are going to redesign and redefine the traditional food truck.

1%
US$78
47 days

Forty runners from Fearless Dragon Running Team, Hong Kong’s first running team consisting of people who are visually challenged, hearing impaired, and from Ebenezer School are invited by Visit Okinawa to take part in the Ishigaki Island Marathon in January 2017 We need your support to achieve the fundraising goal of HK$120,000! The funds will be used to support people with visual and hearing disability and the promotion of inclusive society in Hong Kong.

42
US$2,938
38 days
Blind and Deaf runners challenging Full Marathon in Ishigaki Island, Japan Sport

Blind and Deaf runners challenging Full Marathon in Ishigaki Island, Japan

Project by HKNPIS

Forty runners from Fearless Dragon Running Team, Hong Kong’s first running team consisting of people who are visually challenged, hearing impaired, and from Ebenezer School are invited by Visit Okinawa to take part in the Ishigaki Island Marathon in January 2017 We need your support to achieve the fundraising goal of HK$120,000! The funds will be used to support people with visual and hearing disability and the promotion of inclusive society in Hong Kong.

42
US$2,938
38 days

From the early to mid 20th century Hong Kong provided refuge to teeming thousands of immigrants from Mainland China. These people brought diverse skills and knowledge as well as capital to Hong Kong. Among them were some of the most prominent martial artists from China. Continued political instability in China from the late 19th to mid 20th century triggered several migration waves to Hong Kong, which engendered the development of Hong Kong’s unique culture, including Hong Kong martial arts.

100%
US$8,311
Funded
Hong Kong Hakka Martial Arts Research Publication Publishing

Hong Kong Hakka Martial Arts Research Publication

Project by International Guoshu Association

From the early to mid 20th century Hong Kong provided refuge to teeming thousands of immigrants from Mainland China. These people brought diverse skills and knowledge as well as capital to Hong Kong. Among them were some of the most prominent martial artists from China. Continued political instability in China from the late 19th to mid 20th century triggered several migration waves to Hong Kong, which engendered the development of Hong Kong’s unique culture, including Hong Kong martial arts.

100%
US$8,311
Funded

摩菲亞是今屆今生不做機械人夢想計劃得獎者,陸續出版希望贊助他出版繪本之餘,能把他的繪本推介給香港人,以眾籌形式獲得更多關注。眾籌所得款項扣除開支,會撥捐創辦「今生不做機械人夢想計劃」之慈善機構「籽識慈善基金有限公司」,繼續鼓勵年輕人追求並實現夢想。 「我只是想出書,來證明殘疾人士都可以貢獻社會,都充滿正能量。」一個在香港土生土長的巴基斯坦男孩摩菲亞,即使他現在只能郁動頭部、右手掌和手指,他的繪本《我在鯊魚口中長大了》正待出版。 摩菲亞今年十八歲,讀幼稚園的時候確診患上肌肉萎縮症。他自小便愛畫畫,雖然手指不靈活,他學會用Photoshop。現在他會先用鉛筆起稿,將畫作掃描後上載電腦,然後用Photoshop上色。「我很喜歡動物,他們是我故事的主角。」《我在鯊魚口中長大了》故事講述一隻膽小的馬,如何克服心中的恐懼。 摩菲亞的身體功能正續漸退化,但他充滿生命力。肌肉萎縮症無礙他追尋夢想,他期望透過繪本傳達積極的生活態度。你可以幫助他實現夢想嗎?

100%
US$1,289
Funded
"Grow from Shark's Mouth" Book Illustration Publishing Publishing

"Grow from Shark's Mouth" Book Illustration Publishing

Project by 陸續出版

摩菲亞是今屆今生不做機械人夢想計劃得獎者,陸續出版希望贊助他出版繪本之餘,能把他的繪本推介給香港人,以眾籌形式獲得更多關注。眾籌所得款項扣除開支,會撥捐創辦「今生不做機械人夢想計劃」之慈善機構「籽識慈善基金有限公司」,繼續鼓勵年輕人追求並實現夢想。 「我只是想出書,來證明殘疾人士都可以貢獻社會,都充滿正能量。」一個在香港土生土長的巴基斯坦男孩摩菲亞,即使他現在只能郁動頭部、右手掌和手指,他的繪本《我在鯊魚口中長大了》正待出版。 摩菲亞今年十八歲,讀幼稚園的時候確診患上肌肉萎縮症。他自小便愛畫畫,雖然手指不靈活,他學會用Photoshop。現在他會先用鉛筆起稿,將畫作掃描後上載電腦,然後用Photoshop上色。「我很喜歡動物,他們是我故事的主角。」《我在鯊魚口中長大了》故事講述一隻膽小的馬,如何克服心中的恐懼。 摩菲亞的身體功能正續漸退化,但他充滿生命力。肌肉萎縮症無礙他追尋夢想,他期望透過繪本傳達積極的生活態度。你可以幫助他實現夢想嗎?

100%
US$1,289
Funded

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