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Little Red Wagon Foundation Inc
P.O. Box 2532
Valrico , Florida 33595
United States

Company Description: In 2004, in the wake of Hurricane Charley, then six-year-old Zach Bonner used his red wagon to gather water and supplies for storm victims. The next year he founded...   more
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Little Red Wagon ( ..., 4 Dec 2015 [cached]
Little Red Wagon ( Florida 5th grader Zach Bonner started doing charity work after Hurricane Charlie hit his state in 2004. The following year, he started The Little Red Wagon Foundation to create backpacks with food and supplies for homeless children. He has even walked hundreds of miles to raise awareness for homeless children. He is currently taking donations to host a party for underprivileged kids during the holidays. Drop by his web site with your kids and show them what a kid can do if he (or she) sets his mind to it.
Tampa Bay Challenges Guinness World Record for World’s Largest Food Drive, 14 Oct 2014 [cached]
Phone: (813) 495-1813
Zach Bonner, Feeding America Tampa Bay and Metropolitan Ministries collaborate to raise 1 million pounds in 24 hours
(Tampa, Fl.) When he was only 6 years old, Zachary Bonner started doing community service in 2004 after Hurricane Charlie hit Florida. In 2005 he formed the Little Red Wagon Foundation, a nonprofit organization designed to help under privileged kids with a focus on homeless youth.
To raise awareness of the plight of homeless youth, Zach walked over 4,200 miles from Tampa to Tallahassee, Tallahassee to Atlanta, Atlanta to Washington, DC, and finally the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.
Now at age 16, Zach is taking on the Guinness Book of World Records to coordinate the World's Largest Food Drive: Food for A Million. This will mean a million pounds of food for a million needy people in the Tampa Bay area and surrounding counties.
On November 7, three Tampa Bay hunger-relief organizations will go after the Guinness World Record for the "Largest Food Drive in 24 Hours at a Single Location. Zach Bonner, Feeding America Tampa Bay and Metropolitan Ministries hope to collect 1 million pounds of food - nearly double the previous record of 559,885 pounds raised by a school in Durham, North Carolina.
The "Food for A Million Food Drive" will take place at Metropolitan Ministries' holiday tent (400 West Palm Avenue- Tampa) from noon, Nov. 7 to noon, Nov. 8. Participants are encouraged to bring nonperishable foods to the drive - no perishable items, glass containers or bottled water will be accepted - or donate ahead of time at
"I believe we all have a chance to make a difference when it comes to helping those in need. said Zach, "This food drive is one way everyone can get involved by donating canned food items and be a part of history while helping those who need it the most."
The Tampa Bay Lightning honored Zachary Bonner as the third Lightning Community Hero of the year October 13. Bonner, who received a $50,000 donation from the Lightning Foundation and the Lightning Community Heroes program, will donate the money to Metropolitan Ministries and Feeding America for the Food for A Million Project.
Zach's Bio, 6 July 2014 [cached]
PO Box 2532, Valrico, FL, 33595 - 813-495-1813 Zachary Bonner was born in Searcy, Arkansas on November 17, 1997 but now calls Tampa, Florida his home. He is home schooled under the Florida Virtual School program and is in the 8th grade. Zachary started doing community service in 2004 after Hurricane Charlie hit Florida. In 2005 he formed the Little Red Wagon Foundation, a non profit organization designed to help underpriviledged kids with a focus on homeless youth. Zach believes we all have the ability to make a change in this world if we just try.
Zach also includes a candy pack and small toy in each backpack to show the kids he is helping that he cares about their kid needs as well as their basic needs. (Valued at over $30 per backpack)- The Little Red Wagon Foundation Inc has hosted Holiday parties for homeless youth, victims of natural disasters, unwed mothers (under 21), emergency
Zach has
Zach, along with voluteers in the Tampa Bay area organize 24 hour events to raise funds, awareness and supplies for homeless youth. This activity is lead by kids all under the age of 21 and has been on going for 5 years now. Zach has walked over 4263
Among the organizers: 16-year-old ..., 14 Oct 2014 [cached]
Among the organizers: 16-year-old Zach Bonner, who founded the Little Red Wagon Foundation nearly a decade ago to help homeless and underprivileged children.
I believe we all have a chance to make a difference when it comes to helping those in need, said Bonner in a statement issued Tuesday.
Zach Bonner is one of the ..., 20 Oct 2014 [cached]
Zach Bonner is one of the first and one of the most inspiring kids that we have profiled on IMK. His passion is the homeless and he has been giving to those in need since he was only 6.
In 2004, Hurricane Charley struck near his home in Tampa, Florida. Afterward, he collected 27 pickup trucks full of water in a little red wagon. He donated it to aid those who were displaced by the hurricane.
Then Zach created the Little Red Wagon Foundation to focus on helping homeless kids. There are 1.3 million homeless kids who live in the United States. "These kids don't have a home, they don't have a safe place to sleep at night," said Zach.
Zach has led many incredible activities in his campaign for homeless children. In 2010, he achieved his boldest effort yet. Zach walked across the USA, nearly 2,500 miles, from Tampa to Los Angeles. And he did it all to raise funds for homeless kids.
As Zach said, "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Most people don't walk a thousand miles, or 2,500, but what it really means is that we all need to take that first step to get something big done. If I've helped even one homeless child, I hope I've accomplished that."
Most recently, in 2013, Zach lived outside in a box with only a sleeping bag and cardboard for 7 straight days to raise awareness for homelessness. He received over 6,000 cans of donated food that he delivered to local homeless shelters.
This video tells the story of Zach and his cross country trip.
You can learn all about Zach by visiting his website. Check out other IMK articles and videos about the homeless.
Topics for Discussion: What do you think it would be like to be homeless? What is most unique about Zach? Why does he do what he does? What character traits does Zach exhibit?
Take Action: Learn what you can do to help Zach and his efforts at the Little Red Wagon Foundation website. Check out the Stand Up for Kids website, which Zach works with, to find out ways you can help homeless kids!
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