Christopher’s Voice held a benefit concert last month at Hudson Park that featured eight live musical acts, classic cars, food vendors and plenty of activities for children. The event was supported by local sponsors, including New Rochelle Chevy and Empire Harley Davidson.
During the event, Christopher’s Voice donated six $1,000 checks to six local special education classroom teachers in order for them to improve their classrooms for children with Autism.
Students and teachers from Columbus, Trinity, Barnard, Jefferson, Ward, Davis, ALMS and NRHS benefited from the grants. In total $8,000 was donated to the school district special education programs.
Children’s Voice is a charitable foundation for autistic children. It provides free first responder training on autism, free GPS systems and other safety equipment for families with autistic children and other financial aid.
Visit their Facebook page at Christopher’s Voice for more information.