LGBT NGO LISTING
A free HIV testing centre that also provides education about AIDS/ STDs prevention and distribute condoms at various gay venues, such as bars and karaokes. They also have group gatherings to provide a safe environment which give participants a sense of belonging and a chance for positive self development.
Address : Flat A1, 11/F., East South Bldg., 475 – 481 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay.
Tel.：+852 3116 7204
The longest established HIV/AIDS NGO in Hong Kong. They work to prevent HIV and to support people living with HIV/AIDS.
Address : 17B, Block F, 3 Lok Man Road, Chai Wan, Hong Kong
Tel：+852 2898 4411
Chi Heng Foundation
Profile: Help to create a harmonious, equal, and healthy society by funding and operating projects in education and care for children and adults impacted by AIDS, AIDS prevention and anti-discrimination.
Room 703A, 7/F, Lai Cheong Factory Building, 479-479A Castle Peak Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2517 0564
Raises awareness and educates international and local companies on LGBT inclusion in the workplace.
21/F, Hing Lung Commercial Building, 68 Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Tel: + 852 2152 1889
Gay Harmony was established on 14 February 2009. As gay men, we see the needs of the gay community but lacks resources for the LGBT community in HK, such as sex education for LGBT, sexual identification counseling and LGBT rights, etc. For the gay community, these resources are still difficult to reach. Therefore, we would like to set up ‘Gay Harmony’ to provide services to the gay community.
Tel：+852 8133 6977
Hong Kong AIDS Foundation
Their mission is to limit the spread of HIV infection in the community and provide support for those affected by HIV/AIDS.
Tel：+852 2560 8528
NTXS is a volunteer-run, education and cultural advocacy collective for and by members from lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities in Hong Kong. Their aim is to raise public awareness on issues of sexuality, to facilitate self-empowerment of marginalized communities, to encourage multi-leveled dialogue in society around taboo subjects, and to advocate for greater equality between peoples of different genders and sexualities.
Pink Alliance is composed of a dozen of GLBT groups in HK. They work to bring positive changes on GLBT equality by advocacy, campaigning and cultural events.
4th Floor, Hilltop Plaza, 49 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong.
Rainbow Hong Kong
Rainbow of Hong Kong are a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) organization. They are objectives are promote equal opportunities and sex education, broaden the living perspectives of grass root communities and to improve their quality of life and assist volunteers in their initiatives to organize and provide diverse services and activities in response to community needs.concerned with the quality of life in the LGBT community.
Room D, 7/F, National Court, 242 Nathan Road, Jordan, Kowloon
Tel：+852 2769 1069
Transgender Resource Center
Committed to promote the transgender movement in Hong Kong and mainland China. With education, they provide information and resources to the public and to the transgender community in order to help our society have a better understanding of transgender issues, and allow transgender people to get proper assistance and rights.
Women Coalition of Hong Kong
WCHK aims to defend the human rights of sexual minorities and eliminate discrimination in terms of civil rights, political, economical, social and cultural oppression based on one’s sexual orientation and/or gender identity. We contribute our parts in the local female LBTQ community and perform our mission through advocacy, documentation, public education, oral history and cultural development. We define female gender identity as one’s self-perceived gender instead of one’s biological sex.
Tel：+852 8103 0701
Midnight Blue is a social organization which offers assistance to male sex workers in Hong Kong. It is formed by a group of professionals with strong concerns on the issues of sex workers, including labour activists, researchers specializing in gender studies and doctors.
Tel：+852 2332 7182
Founded in 2016, their mission is to build a planet of allies. As a leading nonprofit dedicated to empowering allyship, Planet Ally gives people the resources and tools to advance human rights and help build stronger, more resilient communities.
Planet Ally flagship events are the Asia-Pacific Rainbow Families Forum and the Human Dignity Festival.
Zi Teng is a non-governmental organization formed by people of different working experiences. They are social workers, labor activists, researchers specializing in women studies and church workers etc. who care and concern about the interest and basic rights of women.
STUDENT AND YOUTH
Bio: Action Q is an LGBT advocacy group formed by students across various institutions in Hong Kong. They believe in the power of action in realizing a vision for an LGBT-friendly environment on campuses and in society.
Project Touch 性向無限
With the motto of “Accompanying Gay Youths”, Project Touch is determined to support LGBT youths to grow up happily, living harmoniously with their families and reaching their full potentials.
Queer Straight Alliance
Queer Straight Alliance is a student organisation which promotes and celebrate sexual diversity. The Alliance aims to provide a safe social platform for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) members both on and off campus.
Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival
HKLGFF is the longest running LGBT film festival in Asia. The event will held in September every year.
The Hong Kong Pride Parade promotes equal rights for and anti-discrimination against the LGBT community. By showing the different faces of our community, it facilitates respect for diversity in the society. When it happens on the busiest streets in Hong Kong, it is the best public education.
Organises Hong Kong’s premier events for lesbians, bisexual / queer/trans women and their friends.
Out in HK
Bio: Building an LGBT community together with sports, fitness, outdoor events, health, fun and friendships.
A non-political free outdoor event to express support for inclusiveness, diversity and love equality in Hong Kong.