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WE HAVE A VISION FOR A SAFER COMMUNITY. A new approach to engage with young people and their families and REDUCE THE LEVEL OF HARM in our cities.
WE HAVE A VISION FOR A SAFER COMMUNITY. A new approach to engage with young people and their families and REDUCE THE LEVEL OF HARM in our cities.
WE HAVE A VISION FOR A SAFER COMMUNITY. A new approach to engage with young people and their families and REDUCE THE LEVEL OF HARM in our cities.

The Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation was established in 2012 to help curb the kind of alcohol-fuelled violence that robbed Thomas Kelly of his life

"I want Thomas's short life to have some meaning in his death so we can see change, a new fresh start, one where I believe we should have respect for one another" Click image to see more. Stuart Kelly ABC News

"I want Thomas's short life to have some meaning in his death so we can see change, a new fresh start, one where I believe we should have respect for one another" Click image to see more.

Stuart Kelly ABC News

Foundation Youth Ambassadors Madeleine Kelly and Chris Lee present CCTV camera to Potts Points residents today. Read more

Foundation Youth Ambassadors Madeleine Kelly and Chris Lee present CCTV camera to Potts Points residents today. Read more

60 Minutes The Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation, working in conjunction with the City of Sydney, has funded and installed a CCTV camera in Victoria Street to cover the section of road where the two young men both lost their lives

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The Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation, working in conjunction with the City of Sydney, has funded and installed a CCTV camera in Victoria Street to cover the section of road where the two young men both lost their lives

Safety Kare CCTV Cameras - making safer streets, safer cities, an initiative in conjunction with Sydney City Council. Take Kare. 

Brain Injury Association NSW. It's time that we all started taking care of each other as the result of any kind of senseless violence has far reaching consequences that destroy entire families. Our mission is that all of our children come home safely. TAKE KARE.

Brain Injury Association NSW. It's time that we all started taking care of each other as the result of any kind of senseless violence has far reaching consequences that destroy entire families.

Our mission is that all of our children come home safely. TAKE KARE.

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Cost of alcohol abuse to the NSW Government

Auditor-General's Report to Parliament

Counting the cost of alcohol abuse

The NSW Government does not estimate or report the total cost of alcohol abuse. The Audit Office of New South Wales’ sponsored research estimates it costs the government over $1 billion a year, or around $416 from each NSW household.

“If social costs are included, the total cost of alcohol abuse in New South Wales is around $3.87 billion per annum, or about $1,565 from each household,” said Mr Achterstraat.

Foundation Next Steps click image to read in full. June 2014.

Foundation Next Steps click image to read in full. June 2014.

Uniting a city to make it safer for all of us. 

We are so grateful for the support of the City of Sydney, NSW State Government, Salvation Army & St, Vincent's Hospital. Read the article here.

Alarming statistics released by FARE  on the Australian consumption of alcohol. Read more

Alarming statistics released by FARE  on the Australian consumption of alcohol. Read more

Victim Impact Statements to finally have an impact. Click image to read more.

Victim Impact Statements to finally have an impact. Click image to read more.

The Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation teams up with the independent, non-partisan research organisation newDemocracy Foundation to develop a new approach to solving  late night violence in Sydney.  Read more

The Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation teams up with the independent, non-partisan research organisation newDemocracy Foundation to develop a new approach to solving  late night violence in Sydney
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The major television networks air Danny Green's coward punch advert as a community service message. 

Ten new CCTV cameras installed by City of Sydney aim to curb alcohol filled violence. Read more

Ten new CCTV cameras installed by City of Sydney aim to curb alcohol filled violence. Read more

Drinking culture and children a toxic cocktail says Anne Hollonds SMH. Read more.

Drinking culture and children a toxic cocktail says Anne Hollonds SMH.
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12 months of terror (2013): the king hit violence killing our young men. This is a national tradgey. Read more 

12 months of terror (2013):
the king hit violence killing our young men. This is a national tradgey. Read more 

“Stop before it gets ugly” is the first NSW Government advertising campaign to specifically address alcohol fuelled violence. Read more

“Stop before it gets ugly” is the first NSW Government advertising campaign to specifically address alcohol fuelled violence.

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Support the Southern Highlands 7's Rugby on the 4th October in Bowral. Take Kare "Uglies" on sale now support the foundation with this unique quality rugby jersey! Find out more here.

Support the Southern Highlands 7's Rugby on the 4th October in Bowral.

Take Kare "Uglies" on sale now support the foundation with this unique quality rugby jersey!

Find out more here.

Lifting Above Violence Fundraiser When: 11th October 2014 Where: CrossFit, Coorparoo Find out more to support this great initiative. Click here.

Lifting Above Violence Fundraiser

When: 11th October 2014
Where: CrossFit, Coorparoo
Find out more to support this great initiative. Click here.

TKYF welcomes its newest Youth Ambassador Rebekah Stokes. Rebekah herself a victim of a coward punch has put her recovery to good use and has launched; "Lifting Above Violence Fundraiser". Click to read more about this amazing young lady.

TKYF welcomes its newest Youth Ambassador Rebekah Stokes. Rebekah herself a victim of a coward punch has put her recovery to good use and has launched; "Lifting Above Violence Fundraiser". Click to read more about this amazing young lady.

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Ralph Kelly and the Foundation was invited to submit a proposal and present to the NSW State Government into further measures to reduce alcohol and drug violence. Wednesday 04th September, 2014. Read more and download the inquiry submission.

One-punch laws: Barry O'Farrell announces sweeping changes to tackle alcohol-fuelled violence in Sydney. SMH 21/01/2014 Read More

One-punch laws: Barry O'Farrell announces sweeping changes to tackle alcohol-fuelled violence in Sydney. SMH 21/01/2014
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