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Foundation Partners

Our vision is to "ensure all our children get home safely".

None of this would be possible without the commitment from our partners. 


Nine Cares

Nine Cares provides a valuable service to individuals and organisations at all levels and draws attention to some of Australia’s most critical issues. For us it’s about using our reach and entertaining while giving back and connecting communities. It’s about media making a difference.
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City Of Sydney

The City of Sydney has been a founding partner and supporter of the Foundation, including the Take Kare Safe Space launch at Town Hall from December 2014.

Find out more www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/community/health-and-safety/street-safety/safe-space-program


NSW Government

The NSW Government has supported the Take Kare Safe Space since its launch in December 2014. Under Premier Mike Baird they have now confirmed 3 years funding for the Sydney Safe Space and Take Kare Ambassador program (from 1st July 2015).

"Stop before it gets ugly" find out more www.nsw.gov.au/stopbeforeitgetsugly


Macquarie Group Foundation

As the philanthropic arm of Macquarie Group, the Macquarie Group Foundation is one of Australia's leading corporate benefactors. 

Together with Macquarie staff, the Foundation has contributed more than $US200 million to thousands of community organisations since its inception in 1985, supporting programs across health, education, the arts, welfare and the environment. It also builds and strengthens Macquarie staff involvement and engagement in community activity in the many cities around the world in which Macquarie has offices.

The Macquarie Group has funded the TAKE Kare Safe Space in Kings Cross for 3 years. (from 1st July 2015). Find out more www.macquarie.com/mgl/com/foundation


Crown Resorts Foundation

The Crown Resorts Foundation has been established to formalise the Crown Resorts community involvement program and aggregate the range of community initiatives, some of which are already, being undertaken in Australia.

We are committed to creating and supporting opportunities across the community that inspire positive change. As the philanthropic arm of Crown Resorts, the Crown Resorts Foundation provides engaged financial support to programs with demonstrated success in the areas of the arts, community welfare, education, health care and research, and the environment.

The Crown Resorts Foundation has commited  3 years of funding for the Sydney safe Space. (from 1st July 2015). Find out more www.crownresorts.com.au/crown-resorts-foundation/crown-resorts-foundation


  University of New South Wales  University of New South Wales Australia (UNSW), through its National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC), has officially entered into a formal strategic partnership with the Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation on 11th March 2016.  The Partnership is twofold: i)   Exploring a range of potential future activities that are evidence-based, likely to reduce alcohol-related harm in the community, be sustainable and globally relevant and, ii)  Undertaking an evaluation of the Safe Space and Take Kare Ambassador Program through a proposed economic evaluation of the costs and benefits of the Safe Space initiative.  This evaluation requires obtaining three sets of data, each of which would be converted into monetary terms. (i)       The cost of providing Safe Spaces, (ii)      Estimating the direct benefits of Safe Spaces, (iii)   Estimating the value that the community places on having Safe Spaces available for young people.  

 

University of New South Wales 

University of New South Wales Australia (UNSW), through its National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC), has officially entered into a formal strategic partnership with the Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation on 11th March 2016.  The Partnership is twofold:

i)  
Exploring a range of potential future activities that are evidence-based, likely to reduce alcohol-related harm in the community, be sustainable and globally relevant and,

ii)  Undertaking an evaluation of the Safe Space and Take Kare Ambassador Program through a proposed economic evaluation of the costs and benefits of the Safe Space initiative.  This evaluation requires obtaining three sets of data, each of which would be converted into monetary terms.

(i)       The cost of providing Safe Spaces,

(ii)      Estimating the direct benefits of Safe Spaces,

(iii)   
Estimating the value that the community places on having Safe Spaces available for young people.

 


The Growth Project

The Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation, is proud to be participating in The Growth Program - a one-year leadership development course for non-profit organisations run by The Growth Project. The Growth Project helps small, successful non-profit organisations maximise their impact on the world through programs that help grow the knowledge, skills and potential of non-profit leaders. Central to The Growth Project is the concept of engaged giving where supporters of the program share their time, knowledge and resources to help develop the future leaders of Australia’s non-profit sector. For more information on The Growth Project, visit www.thegrowthproject.com.au


St John Ambulance

In July 2012, 18 year old Thomas Kelly was enjoying a quiet night out with his friends in Kings Cross when he became victim to a senseless and unprovoked coward punch which instantly killed him. This attack, along with other deadly incidents, have shocked our community into action and have been a catalyst for the implementation of measures aimed at recuding alcohol-fuelled violence in our community. 

As part of this response, St John Ambulance has partnered with the Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation and the City of Sydney to operate the Take Kare Safe Space, a program that aims to help keep young people safe in Sydney's CBD and Kings Cross on weekends.  To find out more or to volunteer to be a Take Kare Ambassador visit:
St John Ambulance.


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NSW/ACT Alcohol Policy Alliance (NAAPA)

The alliance now has 47 members calling on the State Government of NSW and the Federal Government to engage with the community to make life-saving policy to address current alcohol harms. Find out more www.naapa.org.au


The Wombat Hollow Forum

Established by Michael and Susie Yabsley in September, 2014.  The Forum was launched by leading broadcaster, businessman and philanthropist, Alan Jones AO.

The Wombat Hollow Forum presents a regular programme of events featuring; politics, public affairs and life | visual arts | performing arts and music

The 2016 Wombat Hollow Forum programme was launched by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at a lunch on 5 February.  Over 600 guests, including many leading figures from politics, business, the arts, sport and the general community attended.  The Wombat Hollow Forum Mission Statement says;

“The aim of the Forum is to enrich the lives of guests and the community generally by offering a programme of nationally and internationally significant speakers as well as visual and performing artists, in a welcoming environment where quality food and wines are served.”   www.wombathollow.net.au


UBER
Always the ride you want, The best way to get wherever you’re going.

Thank you to Uber for their ongoing support of the Sydney Safe Space by donating ride vouchers to get people in need home.  www.uber.com


DENTSU AEGIS NETWORK

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Thank you for your support with the public relations for the Stay Kind initiative.

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