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Zach Bonner

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FLORIDA VIRTUAL ACADEMY

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FLORIDA VIRTUAL ACADEMY

9951 Atlantic Blvd. Suite 320

Jacksonville, Florida,32225

United States

Company Description

Florida Virtual Academy serves 940 students in grades K-8 across the state. The public school program allows students to receive a complete education outside the traditional classroom. Every FLVA student receives an individualized learning program using a cu...more

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Employment History

NASCAR Inc


Volvo AB


Affiliations

Little Red Wagon Foundation Inc

Founder


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South Tampa Magazine

southtampamagazine.com [cached]

Zach Bonner & The Little Red Wagon
October 30, 2014 | South Tampa Magazine | Categories: Editorial, People | Tags: Little Red Wagon, Little Red Wagon Foundation, Zach Bonner Zach Bonner has raised $350,000 in donations for charity. He walked from Valrico to Washington D.C. and back-a 2,578 mile round-trip journey-and has been interviewed close to 200 times. He has spent nearly half of his life fighting for underprivileged youth. And he's only 12. From Good Morning America to the BBC and four of the last five US presidents, everyone wants to know the blue-eyed, spiky-haired founder of the Little Red Wagon Foundation. In a nutshell: Zach enjoys tennis and swimming, his favorite movies are Forrest Gump and (not surprisingly) Pay it Forward, he has read the Harry Potter series "about ten times" and he really likes Elton John's music. Oh, and he represents the more-than 1.3 million homeless children living in America. Typical sixth grader stuff, really. "It bothers me what homeless kids go through," Zach says. It all started with a case of water. Hurricane Charley was projected to slam into Tampa Bay and the Bonner family stocked up on supplies, but the storm swerved south and hit Punta Gorda and Port Charlotte instead. Zach was 7 at the time, and he heard the news unfold on the radio. He told his mom they had to help. The Bonner family donated the case, 27 truckloads of water and other supplies that Zach collected over four months. Zach, who is a student of the Florida Virtual Academy, felt great about his accomplishment, but he still felt his mission wasn't complete. "He was always asking me what to do when it ends," she says about Zach's projects. Red wagon in tow, Zach decided to spread his efforts into Louisiana and Mississippi to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. "She does the paperwork stuff," says Zach, who does much of the charity work solo. From there, he developed a monthly backpack giveaway for Katrina schoolchildren and gave Christmas presents to the victims during the holidays. On his tenth birthday, he started a new expedition: He made a 23-day trek from Valrico to Tallahassee. Zach, along with his mother and sister, walked about a dozen miles a day and slept in an RV donated by Lazydays. The walk raised approximately $25,000 in money and supplies. The next year he lined up sponsors such as Smithfield Hams in Plant City, Publix, McDonald's, Cracker Barrel and Build-a-Bear and walked from Tallahassee to Atlanta, and later to Washington, D.C. Kristy Rosier works for the Lazydays Partners Foundation and has worked with Zach since the beginning. "Zach is the best." Laurie said she's shocked at how far Zach has gone with the Little Red Wagon Foundation. Her only rule: "I've always told him that you can keep doing this as long as you're having fun." And Zach has no plans to stop anytime soon. Zach reacted to the news like he does to everything else: humbly and calmly. Laurie says Zach may not show it but he's very proud of what he's done. "I never thought charity work would be such a life changer," she says with a smile. Zach Bonner & The Little Red Wagon


South Tampa Magazine

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Zach Bonner & The Little Red Wagon
South Tampa Magazine Zach Bonner & The Little Red Wagon October 30, 2014 | South Tampa Magazine | Categories: Editorial, People | Tags: Little Red Wagon, Little Red Wagon Foundation, Zach Bonner Zach Bonner has raised $350,000 in donations for charity. He walked from Valrico to Washington D.C. and back-a 2,578 mile round-trip journey-and has been interviewed close to 200 times. He has spent nearly half of his life fighting for underprivileged youth. And he's only 12. From Good Morning America to the BBC and four of the last five US presidents, everyone wants to know the blue-eyed, spiky-haired founder of the Little Red Wagon Foundation. In a nutshell: Zach enjoys tennis and swimming, his favorite movies are Forrest Gump and (not surprisingly) Pay it Forward, he has read the Harry Potter series "about ten times" and he really likes Elton John's music. Oh, and he represents the more-than 1.3 million homeless children living in America. Typical sixth grader stuff, really. "It bothers me what homeless kids go through," Zach says. It all started with a case of water. Hurricane Charley was projected to slam into Tampa Bay and the Bonner family stocked up on supplies, but the storm swerved south and hit Punta Gorda and Port Charlotte instead. Zach was 7 at the time, and he heard the news unfold on the radio. He told his mom they had to help. The Bonner family donated the case, 27 truckloads of water and other supplies that Zach collected over four months. Zach, who is a student of the Florida Virtual Academy, felt great about his accomplishment, but he still felt his mission wasn't complete. "He was always asking me what to do when it ends," she says about Zach's projects. Red wagon in tow, Zach decided to spread his efforts into Louisiana and Mississippi to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. "She does the paperwork stuff," says Zach, who does much of the charity work solo. From there, he developed a monthly backpack giveaway for Katrina schoolchildren and gave Christmas presents to the victims during the holidays. On his tenth birthday, he started a new expedition: He made a 23-day trek from Valrico to Tallahassee. Zach, along with his mother and sister, walked about a dozen miles a day and slept in an RV donated by Lazydays. The walk raised approximately $25,000 in money and supplies. The next year he lined up sponsors such as Smithfield Hams in Plant City, Publix, McDonald's, Cracker Barrel and Build-a-Bear and walked from Tallahassee to Atlanta, and later to Washington, D.C. Kristy Rosier works for the Lazydays Partners Foundation and has worked with Zach since the beginning. "Zach is the best." Laurie said she's shocked at how far Zach has gone with the Little Red Wagon Foundation. Her only rule: "I've always told him that you can keep doing this as long as you're having fun." And Zach has no plans to stop anytime soon. Zach reacted to the news like he does to everything else: humbly and calmly. Laurie says Zach may not show it but he's very proud of what he's done. "I never thought charity work would be such a life changer," she says with a smile. Zach Bonner & The Little Red Wagon


K12: Investor Relations: News Release

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Today the Florida Virtual Academy (FLVA)--an innovative public school program--announced that Zach Bonner, FLVA student and resident of Valrico, has received the National Point of Light Award from the Florida Volunteer Foundation (http://www.volunteerfloridafoundation.org/) for his exemplary volunteer service to his community.
Chosen from hundreds of nominees, Bonner founded the Little Red Wagon Foundation Inc. which is a non-profit charity that works on a number of projects to help kids (http://www.littleredwagonfoundation.com/). "It all started after Hurricane Charley," said Zach Bonner. Bonner, who is 7 years old and in the second grade at the Florida Virtual Academy, will receive a congratulatory letter from Governor Jeb Bush and a certificate acknowledging his leadership. That made me feel good and I know it made the kids feel better too," said Bonner "I want to thank everyone involved for this award--I couldn't have done it without the help of my family and everyone in my community. It feels good to be recognized but more importantly, I hope that other kids my age get inspired to help their communities," said Bonner.


www.floridaschoolchoice.org

Zach Bonner, a student of Florida Virtual Academy, was selected by Volvo for Life for its 6th annual Alexandra Scott Butterfly Award.
Zach and his family attended the New York Awards Gala Ceremony on March 19, 2008. Each year, Volvo for Life selects a winner from nominated children 16 and under who have made valuable contributions to society in the areas of safety, quality of life and the environment. As the award recipient, Zach will receive a $25,000 contribution to the charity of his choice. Congratulations Zach!


www.floridaschoolchoice.org

Congratulations to Florida Virtual Academy student Zach Bonner, Winner of Alexandra Scott Butterfly Award!
Virtual Education Student Raises Awareness for Homeless Children (PDF)


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