A parents worst nightmare. Kathy and Ralph Kelly reflect on the never ending pain of losing their son Thomas. 

60 Minutes March 2014

The Kelly Family present a CCTV Camera to the residents of Victoria Street, Potts Point. The camera was purchased by the Foundation following Daniel Christie's death (January 2014) in the same spot as Thomas in July 2012.

Ch 9 A Current Affair hit the Sydney streets on NYE to accompany our TAKE Kare Street Angels. 

NSW Premier, Hon. Mike Baird MP - opening speech, Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation Gala dinner.  16th September, 2015

Kathy speaks out when the DPP accepted a plea to have the offenders charge downgraded from murder to manslaughter.

60 Minutes November 2013

On the 08th November 2013, Thomas Kelly's killer was sentenced to just 4 years in jail for his murder despite a potential maximum of 25 years. It sparked questions about the experience of the judge and the earlier role of the Crown Prosecutor.

Erin Molan interviews the Kelly family on the NRL Stay Kind day - July 23, 2017 at ANZ Stadium. Wests Tigers Vs Parramatta Eels.

Stuart Kelly, brother of Thomas Kelly, addresses over 700 people attending the Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation dinner on Wednesday 16th September 2015.  At just 17 years old - his speech was outstanding, emotional and straight to the point.

Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation
Kathy tells her story at the Foundation Gala dinner launch at The Star Sydney, September 2013

60 Minutes - September 2013

It's been 14 months since the shocking death of Thomas Kelly.  His death sparked outrage across the country about how alcohol fuelled violence has spiralled out of control. It's a crisis and one the Kelly family is determined to solve.

Australia is an alcoholic. It's time we re-think the way we drink.  TEDx Macquarie University.

The NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione's keynote speech at the Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation Gala Dinner.   Violence has dramatically diminished across NSW.

Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation's Gala Dinner (15th September 2015) - recognising the work of over 65 people on stage. Neurosurgeons, Police, ICU nurses, other foundations and our Take Kare (TK) volunteers - amazing dedicated work by amazing people, each and everyone of them saving lives.

"I had the pleasure of seeing Kathy speak at an event.  I was astounded at how engaging she was.  Given Kathy has such an emotional story, her composure and delivery of her message was incredible.  There was not a dry eye in the house, I wish nothing but the best for Kathy and the Foundation moving forward".
Sam McNeil, Song Division