Patrick Feeley is Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer for Caron
Treatment Centers. Pat leads the “Open the Door” Campaign for Caron aimed at raising
more than $65 Million in support for patient scholarships, special programs, endowments
and capital projects.
Pat has more than 23 years of experience with development and fundraising for non profit
organizations. Prior to Caron, Pat served in senior management from 2007 to 2013 in the
Development Department at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) during the
Hope Lives Here Campaign. This comprehensive effort focused on donations for
research, patient care and special programs.
Before CHOP, from 2002 to 2007, Pat was Director of Corporate and Foundation
Relations with La Salle University. He was an integral part of the team during the
Shoulder to Shoulder Campaign which resulted in the building of a new science center at
Pat also worked from 1993 to 2002 in several fundraising and management positions with
Junior Achievement. He successfully managed a capital campaign to build a new
educational facility for the Philadelphia chapter. Pat’s experience with Junior
Achievement also included leading the Berks County chapter as President in the mid 90s.
Pat earned a BA in History from Millersville University, an MBA from La Salle
University and received a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) designation from
CFRE International. He serves as Chairperson for the Association of Fundraising
Professionals International and is a member of the board of the Clean Air Council. Pat is
a frequent instructor for Temple University’s Event Leadership Certificate Program.