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Christopher's Voice is a  charitable foundation created by New Rochelle Police Detective, Christopher Greco and his wife Tracy to  - help prevent wandering of autistic children by providing lifesaving GPS and other locate equipment, to provide financial assistance to struggling families with autistic children, to provide recreational activities  and to promote and provide first responder training to police, fire and ems.

Christopher's Voice is a registered 501(c)3 corporation and donations are tax deductible. 


 

"We are beyond grateful with the project lifesaver perimeter alarm that was donated by Christopher's Voice. Our son Christian is deaf, has autism and is nonverbal. Christian loves the outdoors and If given the opportunity he would run out in a heartbeat. This device will alert us if our son wanders off and most importantly help us find him. It will allow us to have a little peace of mind. There are no words to express our gratitude. Thank you!" New Rochelle, NY

 Christopher's Voice is a non profit organization that provides assistance to families with Autistic children and to promote public awareness. Christopher's Voice donated a device and equipment called Project Lifesaver to my family. I want to thank Chris Greco and his foundation Christopher's Voice, for the generous donation of Project Lifesaver. Words can not explain how appreciative we are to have this equipment to help put a little more ease into our lives. Dutchess County, NY

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Meet the Family

Meet Tracy, Chris, Christopher and Gabriella

The Autism Family that

"Gets It"

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Meet Christopher

Christopher's Voice was created in honor of our son, Christopher. Christopher is a beautiful and innocent child, who at 13 years old remains non-verbal.

A sweet child who has asked for nothing but deserves everything!

 

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Tracy Greco

Founding Board Member

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Chris Greco

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Gabriella Greo

A wonderful little sister, full of life and love - who already at 7 years old understands and has embraced her role.

Christopher's Guardian Angel.

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Some very generous donations have been received by Christopher's Voice as a result of the Patch Challenge. Today we recognize the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company, Inc. , the Port Authority PBA , and the Port Authority Superior Officers for their fundraising efforts on our behalf. Thank You to those who made it happen and for those that purchased shirts and magnets. So many more to thank and we will in the coming weeks. ... See MoreSee Less

Some very generous donations have been received by Christophers Voice as a result of the Patch Challenge.  Today we recognize the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company, Inc. , the Port Authority PBA , and the Port Authority Superior Officers for their fundraising efforts on our behalf.  Thank You to those who made it happen and for those that purchased shirts and magnets. So many more to thank and we will in the coming weeks.Image attachment

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1 month ago

New Rochelle Police Autism Patch Challenge

Lea County Sheriff's Office#heyleacounty ! At this morning’s Donuts with Deputies @leacountyso presented a check for $4,500 to Missy Belz from Light It Up Blue for Autism Awareness. This check represents the proceeds from our Autism Awareness patch sales during the month of April. A big THANK YOU to those of you who helped us support Autism Awareness with your patch purchase! #lightitupblue💙 #autismawareness ... See MoreSee Less

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New Rochelle Police Autism Patch Challenge

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The Mobile Police Department raises awareness for autism. We’re one of the few law enforcement agencies in Alabama who joined the Autism Awareness Patch Challenge. Led by Officer Alisha Davis-Sonnier, the fundraiser was widely supported by Mobile police officers. A total of 258 patches were sold, allowing $1,235 to be given to the Woody’s Song School. Officer Davis-Sonnier presented the money to the school today. She also invited McGruff the Crime Dog, the Mounted Unit’s miniature horses and a group of police officers to spend the morning with the children at Woody's Song School.
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By supporting Christopher's Voice you are supporting autism families in need of financial assistance and other related services.