The men and women of Lazydays RV are once again proud to support Zach Bonner, 12-year-old philanthropist as he began his “March Across America” a 2,478-mile walk to raise awareness for the nearly 1.3 million homeless children in America, according to a news release.
The walk began Tuesday (March 23) at Lazydays dealership in Seffner, Fla., and will culminate in Los Angeles.
Zach and Lazydays share a passion for helping at-risk children. In 2007 Zach, the founder of the Little Red Wagon non-profit organization, met with the Lazydays Employee Foundation, a not-for-profit corporation funded by weekly payroll deductions volunteered by the employees of Lazydays. Realizing their missions were the same, Lazydays and the Lazydays Employee Foundation vowed to help Zach in his quest to help homeless children.
Since his first walk in 2007, Lazydays and its employees have supported Zach by providing him with a Class A motorhome to house Zach and his family on each of his walks.
“I owe it all to Lazydays,” claimed Zach upon being asked how he felt. “Without them believing in me and helping me I never could have done it, Lazydays is like family to me.”