Show support and raise money in a way that’s meaningful to you.
Donate to Community Fundraising
If you’re passionate about addiction recovery and believe in Caron’s ability to transform lives, starting or supporting a community fundraising initiative might be right for you.
Community fundraising is an outlet for alumni, family, and friends to raise money for Caron in a way that is personally meaningful to them. Supporters who wish to commemorate a beloved person; raise money through a special event; or simply advocate for Caron can create their own pages on Caron’s website to raise money for Caron scholarships or programming.
Catherine Caron's 100th Birthday
As we recognize the 100th anniversary of Catherine Caron’s birth on April 9th of this year, it is time to bring her to the forefront. We hope you will join us in honoring Catherine.
Join the Voices for Recovery
September is National Recovery Month and the Caron Treatment Centers National Alumni Leadership Council invites you to join in the celebration! Every September, this initiative celebrates people in recovery and promotes the message that prevention works, treatment is effective, and people do recover.
Little Wings of Hope
Little Wings of Hope invites you to support the Bethany R. Granata Endowed Scholarship, to honor Bethany’s memory, by offering financial relief to those seeking quality intervention services at Caron Treatment Centers.
Muir Wedding Celebration
Ten years ago my life changed, and every day since my time at Caron I am thankful that I can start another day drug and alcohol free.
By making a contribution to Brenda’s Wish, you will help individuals from Berks County get the treatment they need to lead healthy lives and reunite with their families.
Hernan Prada Cares
The Hernan Prada Scholarship Fund supports Caron so that adolescents can get the treatment and education they need to achieve recovery.
This fund honors Hank Price’s work on behalf of suffering addicts and raises money to create an endowment that will support treatment scholarships for adult women seeking primary and extended care.
Rally for Recovery
Rally for Recovery, was created in memory of my brother Bobby’s wife, Randi Erica Coulson, who passed away in October 2015 from a heroin overdose. She left behind 3 young boys ages 10, 7 and my nephew who was 5 months old at the time.
Dominick R. Scalera Endowed Scholarship Fund
This endowment was created to offer financial assistance to young adult males or females struggling with the disease of addiction, enabling them to receive the same love and support Dominick received from Caron.
Aaron G.'s Addiction Story
Philadelphia Regional Advisory Board Member, Aaron Greenfield, invites you to read his story about his search for happiness. By making a contribution in honor of Aaron’s story, you will help individuals from the Philadelphia region get the treatment they need to lead healthy lives and reunite with their families.
I'll Watch Over You
In July of 2018, Timothy David Gavin lost his fight with addiction at the age of 32. His life is measured by the joy he brought to people and the strength and courage he used to face his challenges. Although he battled addiction, he will not be remembered as an addict. He will be remembered as a son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin, and uncle.