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Little Red Wagon Foundation Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Family Services, Human Services

Mission: Our mission is to help underprivileged and homeless youth with food, clothing and other needed supplies. We utilized over 300 volunteers during the current year to accomplish our purpose.

Programs: Backpack projects - we distributed over 1300 backpacks

awareness - traveled to speak to over 50,000 kids across the nation about homeless youth issues. Included travel related to the release of the movie "little red wagon".

africa project

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Rating: 5

Zachary Bonner was profiled tonight on the NBC nighly news with Bryan Williams. I was so inspired by his "Walk Across America" trek I took the time to google his website and came to GuideStar to view his 990. I will definately make my contribution.

Review from Guidestar



Rating: 5

Little kid, big ideas, and he really is changing the world! Go, Zach, Go! You change lives and touch hearts wherever you go, and you are taking your message to places probably you never even dreamed it would reach!



Rating: 5

The Little Red Wagon Foundation was started by Zach Bonner, age 12... yes, that's right, 12. He started doing charity work following devastating hurricanes in Florida several years ago and everything snow-balled from there. His goal is to raise awareness and funds for homeless children across the country (and around the world). He is doing this by walking. So far, he has walked from Tampa, FL, to Washington, D.C., and he will begin a walk in May that will take him from Florida to Los Angeles, CA. My son, Dylan, met up with him very early in his first walk, from Tampa to Tallahassee. He walked one day with him and then I couldn't talk my son OUT of walking, so we continued on with Zach and his mom, walking as much as we could, helping out with their secondary transportation, etc. Our active participation in the walks ended in Georgia, but Zach and his extraordinary efforts are always in our hearts and minds!