Barely a teenager at the time, Zach's story would soon be made into a major motion picture from the director who brought us Rudy and Hoosiers.
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When Zach Bonner was only seven-years-old, he wanted to help the victims of Hurricane Charley. He pulled his red wagon around his neighborhood, asking for donations. And he just kept walking. In 2010, he crossed the nation by foot.
Today, when I see young Americans, at the sunrise of their adult lives, take steps toward embracing the path of injustice and malevolence, I am deeply saddened.
Food, shelter and medicine heal and nourish the body. Sports and soccer, build the body and heal and nourish the soul.
While I was driving around the country this summer, a young man who is currently in the seventh-grade, walked from Tampa to Los Angeles for homeless youth. That young man is Zach Bonner.
A Florida boy has walked 2,500 miles to raise awareness about homeless youth, Tampa Bay Online reports.
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Zach Bonner, the 12-year-old from Tampa, Fla. who made a 1200 mile "My House To The White House" walk at age 11 to raise money for homeless children,...
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