Christopher's Voice is a charitable foundation in New Rochelle, NY created by Christopher Greco and his wife Tracy, in honor of their son Christopher. Christopher’s Voice was created to help improve the lives of autistic children.
Christopher is now a permanent resident of Elizabeth Seton Children's Center and since 2019 has been confined to a wheel chair or hospital bed. Although Christopher still shows signs of Autism, his medical condition is much more fragile due to complications from his more recent diagnosis of Epilepsy, Dystonia and 15q Duplication Syndrome.
Christopher Michael Greco is a true warrior and despite his deteriorating health we are still dedicated to our original missions of assisting autistic children in Westchester County and giving Christopher a Voice.
"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
“Thank you so much Christopher's Voice for helping my family....this really means a lot to me....no one can understand what a parent goes through until they go through it....it has been a tough beginning of a school year but thanks to your family this can make a big difference....again thank you for supporting not only my son but for any child with autism!!!!!!!!!!!"
Prevent Wandering by Providing lifesaving GPS and other locate equipment
Provide financial assistance for medical, dental and legal needs of autistic children
Provide recreational activities for autistic children
Provide free first responder training on autism