- Zach Bonner; 2008
Zachary Bonner was born in Searcy, Arkansas on November 17, 1997, but now calls Tampa, Florida his home. Zach started doing community service in 2004 after Hurricane Charley hit Florida. In 2005 he formed the Little Red Wagon Foundation, a non profit organization designed to help underprivileged 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.
Over the course of four years, Zach completed four seperate walks totalling over 4,263 miles. In 2007 Zach completed his first walk: from Tampa, FL to Tallahassee, FL. Next, in 2008, he walked from Tallahassee to Atlanta, GA. In 2009, he walked from Atlanta, to Washington, DC. Finally, in 2010, Zach completed his 'March Across America.' The March Across America began in Jacksonville Beach, FL and finished at the Santa Monica Pier in California. In 2006 Zach received the "Presidential Call to Service Award" from President Bush. In 2012, a film, Little Red Wagon was released. Little Red Wagon tells the story of Zach's early years. On November 7th - 8th, 2014, Zachary broke the world record for 'The Most Food Collected in a 24 Hour Period - One Location.' The record attempt was called the Food For A Million Project