WORCESTER, MA – Patrick T. Maloney was welcomed by the Greater Worcester Community Foundation recently as the Foundation’s new Vice President of Philanthropy. In this role, Maloney will oversee donor services and the development and implementation of all fundraising and endowment building activities at the Foundation. “Patrick is an asset to the GWCF team,” said Carolyn Stempler, Interim President and CEO of the Foundation. “As we emerge from the pandemic and work to build a more inclusive and resilient Central Massachusetts, he will lead an exciting new era of impactful philanthropy at the Foundation.” “I’m grateful to join the GWCF team at a formative moment in its history,” said Maloney. “I’m looking forward to contributing to the Foundation’s efforts towards making a more equitable Worcester for all residents.” Maloney had served as President of Nativity School of Worcester since 2016. Prior to that he headed the advancement efforts at the school as Vice President of Advancement and Director of Advancement starting in 2012. Prior to Nativity School of Worcester, he also played a role in fundraising efforts at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, first as Associate Director of Annual Giving before advancing to Senior Associate Director of Annual Giving. For the past three years, Maloney has chaired the board of directors for the Worcester-based housing relief nonprofit Matthew 25, Inc. He is also a member of the Supervisory Committee of Millbury Federal Credit Union and a GWCF Corporator. A native of Worcester, Maloney is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross and Saint John’s High School in Shrewsbury. Maloney and his wife Kristine live in Worcester with their two children.