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Zach Bonner
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Head shot of Bonner in 2008
Born November 17, 1997 (age 18)

Zachary “Zach” L. Bonner (born November 17, 1997) is an American philanthropist and founder of the non-profit charity Little Red Wagon Foundation.[1][2] Bonner received the Presidential Service Award in 2006.

When he was seven years old, he founded the organization to aid the 1.3 million homeless children in the United States.[1] Bonner said that, “These kids don’t have a home, they don’t have a safe place to sleep at night. They’re out on the streets not because they want to be, but because it’s out of their control.”[2]

In 2007, Bonner began his three-stage “My House to the White House” project. The project’s purpose was to raise money and awareness for homeless children. In 2007, he walked 280 miles from Tampa to Tallahassee, Florida, while in 2008, he covered 250 miles from Tallahassee to Atlanta, Georgia. In the final leg of the trip, he walked 668 miles from Georgia to Washington D.C. Upon the completion of the “My House to the White House” project, Bonner planned another project, March Across America. From March 23 to September 14, 2010, he walked 2,448 miles from Tampa to Los Angeles. Starring Chandler Canterbury as Bonner, Little Red Wagon, a docudrama about Bonner’s philanthropic work, was filmed in 2010 and released in 2012.

Philanthropy

Bonner with friends and Volunteer Florida staff members

Bonner has done a variety of volunteer work since he was six years old.[3] In 2004, when Hurricane Charley hit neighborhoods, he collected 27 pickup trucks of water in his little red wagon.[4] He established the Little Red Wagon Foundation to “continue helping kids more efficiently”.[2] Bonner teamed up with the StandUp For Kids and collected 400 backpacks of supplies, nicknamed “Zachpacks”, for homeless children. The Zachpacks were filled with donated snacks, toys, and toiletries. To date he has distributed over 10,000 of the Zachpacks.[5]

Bonner organized Christmas parties for homeless children living in Baker, Louisiana,[5] and he gave Christmas presents to Hurricane Katrina victims.[6] To mitigate the adverse effects of homelessness, Bonner hosted parties for children who live in shelters at Build-A-Bear Workshop, Chuck E. Cheese’s, and Six Flags.[7]

In April 2007, he organized 24 Hours, an event that simulated being homeless for 24 hours. During that period of time, students in high school stayed in their own separate boxes for 24 hours.[8] 24 Hours 2015 was the seventh year of the event in which youths 12 to 21 years old each paid $24 to live in cardboard boxes for an hour to simulate being homeless.[9]

In January 2010, he launched a national campaign to end child homelessness. As keynote speaker at The Children’s Philanthropy Center Annual Youth Symposium in Northern Virginia, he inspired young activists to use their voice to create change. The message, “You Matter! Let Your Voice Be Heard” became the signature anthem for their youth advocacy movement.[10]

My House to the White House

Zach Bonner’s “My House to the White House” project took place in three stages covering 1,225 miles to raise awareness and funds for homeless children. The first leg in 2007 from November 3–26 covered 280 miles from Tampa to Tallahassee, Florida and raised $25,000.[11][12] The second leg in the fall of 2008 covered over 250 miles from Tallahassee to Atlanta, Georgia.[4]

The third leg of the trip began May 11, 2009.[13][14] The 668-mile, 59-day walk from Georgia to Washington D.C. was completed on July 10.[15] On the final stretch of the walk, 500 people, among them 300 homeless children, walked with Bonner down the National Mall.[16] Bonner met with Saxby Chambliss and spoke with several other U.S. Senators on Capitol Hill.[15] He slept at the Sasha Bruce emergency shelter.[17]

March Across America

There’s an ancient Chinese proverb: ‘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.

Zach Bonner on September 14, 2010[18]

In 2010, he walked from Tampa to Los Angeles.[17] Calling the trip “March Across America”, he began the 2,478-mile walk on March 23, 2010.[19] Bonner walked an average of 17–22 miles every day.[20] During his walk, he gave gift cards to people in need.[21] Multiple television and radio stations tracked for their viewers Bonner’s journey across America using the “Zach Tracker” GPS.[22] Lee Cowan of NBC Nightly News “Making A Difference” profiled Bonner in early August; Cowan called Bonner a “pint-sized philanthropist”.[21] On the show, Bonner said that “When you’re having a bad day you (have) to realize that someone else is having a lot worse of a day than you.”[21]

Bonner planned to complete the walk by September, after 178 days of walking.[23] On September 14, 2010, Bonner completed the nearly 2,500-mile-walk to Los Angeles.[24] At the age of 12, he became the youngest person to walk from the East Coast of the United States to the West Coast of the United States.[25]

Zach In A Box

Beginning March 26, 2013,[26] Bonner lived seven days in a 512 cubic feet (14.5 m3) plexiglas box in a field near Westfield Brandon mall.[26][27] With plywood serving as the box’s bottom, pieces of cardboard, and a sleeping bag, Bonner aimed to imitate a homeless person’s lodgings.[27]

Naming his fundraising effort “Zach In A Box”, he encourage peopled to donate nonperishable food. He wanted to coat all four walls of his box with donated canned food items.[27] After seven days of donations from children and adults as well as a $1,000 donation from Sweetbay Supermarket, Bonner gave over 6,000 cans of food to Metropolitan Ministries and Francis House.[26]

Food for a Million

From noon November 7, 2014, to noon November 8, 2014, at the Metropolitan Ministries’ holiday tent in Tampa, Bonner hoped to set a Guinness World Record for amassing the most canned food items in 24 hours.[28][29] He organized “World’s Largest Food Drive: Food for a Million” with Metropolitan Ministries and Feeding America Tampa Bay, an attempt to collect one million pounds of food in 24 hours.[29] Walmart, Winn-Dixie, Performance Food Group, and Publix promised to contribute food to the effort.[29]

The previous world record holder was a North Carolina school that collected 559,885 pounds of food in 2011. Bonner’s “Food for a Million” drive collected 566,600 pounds.[30] The collected food was delivered to 10 counties: Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Polk, Hernando, Citrus, Sumter, Highlands, Hardee, and Manatee.[31]

Awards and recognition

Bonner receives the President’s Volunteer Service Award from President Bush

Bonner meets President Bush

In 2006, Zach has received the Presidential Service Award from President George W. Bush.[32] In the same year, he was honored with the Points of Light Award by Florida governor Jeb Bush for his volunteer service.[33] Bonner has met George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.[34] He has been featured on Good Morning America[35] and in 2011 was named a hometown hero by Reader’s Digest.[36]

In 2007, Bonner was named one of 12 “Huggable Heroes” by the Build-A-Bear Workshop.[37][38] On March 19, 2008, he received the Alexandra Scott Butterfly Award from the Volvo for life Awards, hosted by Volvo on 42nd Street.[39] In 2009, the readers and editors of Beliefnet chose Bonner as the Most Inspiring Person of the Year. Receiving 22% of the vote, Bonner defeated the “hero pilot” Chesley Sullenberger and students in Iran who protested against a rigged election despite considerable jeopardy to their lives.[3]

Elton John donated $25,000 to Bonner’s cause after Bonner completed the 1,200-mile-walk from Tampa, Florida, to Washington, D.C..[40]

Philanthropy Project movie

Main article: Little Red Wagon

Michael Guillen, the CEO of the non-profit organization Philanthropy Project, planned to make a $5 million movie about the Zach Bonner’s walks and the Little Red Wagon Foundation.[15][40][41] Bonner’s story was selected from among a pool of 6,000 candidates. After the number of candidates was narrowed to 12, Bonner’s story was unanimously chosen.[42] Praising Bonner for his philanthropy, Guillen said that “[h]e’s sincere. He’s humble. He’s generous. He’s everything that is good about our country. So… when I see Zach, I see the future of our country, and I think we’re going to be in good hands.”[43]

Patrick Sheane Duncan is the movie’s screenwriter, and David Anspaugh is its director.[42] The John Templeton Foundation funded the film which was produced by Michael Guillen of Philanthropy Project, Barbara Kelly, and Steve Golin and David Kanter of Anonymous Content.[44] Little Red Wagon was filmed in May 2010.[45]

Personal life

Zach L. Bonner[46] was born in Searcy, Arkansas[47] on November 17, 1997.[48][49] He lives in a single-parent household[20] after losing his father in a motorcycle accident[50] and now resides in Valrico, Tampa, Florida with his mother Laurie and sister Kelley.[33][51] Bonner’s mother is a real estate agent and investor.[46] His sister is about 10 years older than he.[33]

Bonner takes classes on the Internet through the K12 Florida Virtual Instruction Program. The online program allows him to keep up in his studies by outside of the typical school day.[49][52] In his free time in 2007, Bonner played little league baseball.[8] He also played tennis and went on bike rides with his friends.[34] When he was three years old, Bonner joined Taekwondo‘s junior program and after years of study, he subsequently earned a black belt.[52]

In a November 2007 interview with The Independent Florida Alligator, he said he wished to go to college at Harvard University and attend Yale Law School, so that he can become a prosecutor.[8] In a January 2013 interview with Canada.com, he confirmed that he still wanted to become a lawyer, noting that he was unsure about whether he wanted to be a prosecutor or specialize in family law.[52] That same month, he told the The Christian Post that he wanted to study law to “be able to tie in the [Little Red Wagon] Foundation and continue to help more people”.[53]

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Alvin Lester Davis
1555 MLK Fayetteville ARK 72701
949-278-6549 / 479-316-9766 alvindavis99@gmail.com
Driving Lic: 935715029 Arkansas Expire: July 15, 2019
Stationary Engineer/English Teacher
Summary of Experience
· Supervising mechanics on Central Plant equipment and Boiler Rooms for Industrial Plant, Hospitals and Airports.
· In excess of 15 years with civilian and mechanical engineering equipment concerned with the maintenance and repairs of wide range of equipment in boiler rooms operation and maintenance such as four (4) units of oil fired high temperature water boilers with a capacity of 45,000,000 BTU/hr. per unit and four (4) Centrifugal Refrigeration Units with a capacity of 5000 tons per unit, Water and Waste Treatment Plants, Utilities Supports, and D.I. system for a Pharmaceutical Company.
CIP School in Angeles City www.cipschool.com
January 2009 to October 2014
Teacher
· Teaching Korean and Japanese student all English subjects
· As of May 2011 took over as Head Teacher of 58 Teachers and 80 Students
Shane English School –Dongying, China
January 2008 to September 2009
English Teacher
· Taught 5yr to 15yr old Chinese children with a class size of 8 to 32 equaling 200 students a week.
· Taught Basic English to advanced English in a night class of 20yr to 40yr people
· Skill’s Interviews, passing SAT for enrollment for the USA
Novartis– Emeryville, CA
Novartis Vaccines & Diagnostics, Inc.
4560 Horton Street
Emeryville, CA.94608-2916
(800) 524-4766
2006 to 2008
Master Mechanic
· Served as Master Mechanic for 22 Buildings with Pharm Equipment, such as: Boilers, Chillers, Sterilizers and performed P.M’s Corrective Maintenance.
VERIZON DATA BASE –Sacramento, CA
2005-2006
3635 N Freeway Blvd, Spc 100
Sacramento, CA 95834
(916) 419-6200
H.V.A.C. TECH / SUPERVISOR
· Responsibilities included: Chillers, Boilers, H.V.A.C. System in the Building. P.M.’s Corrective Maintenance On all Building System’s, including but not limited to VAV, Air-Handlers, Cooling Towers, Helping the Electricians on there Craft as well.
COMPUTER SCIENCES CORP –(EUSA CH-47 FLIGHT SIMULATOR UNIT 15367 APO) / South Korea, AP
Boeing / L3 703-876-1000 3170 Fairview Park DrFalls Church, VA 22042-4516
2002 to 2005
Stationary Engineer / HVAC Engineer
· Repair of Chillers, Boilers, working with Building Control Systems.
· Teaching English and Engineering A.C.T. to 20,166 Collage Students
· Supervising HVAC tech’s for all Army Bases in South Korea
Yamas Controls
1 S Linden Avenue
South San Francisco, CA 94080 Phone:
2001 to 2002
Chiller Specialist
· Working with Company’s such as Genentech, Highland Hospital, Our Lady of Holy Angels.
· Responsibilities: Repair of Chillers, Boilers, Air-Handling Units, Controls
· Equipment: Trane, Clever-Brooks, Westinghouse, Carrier, Copeland.
· Left Company to go overseas.
Saudi Oger Ltd — Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
1996 to 2001
HEAD OFFICE
P. O. Box 1449
Riyadh 11431 Saudi Arabia
Tel. No. : (966-11) 4773115
Fax No. : (966-11) 477-0079
Supervisor/H&C Maintenance
· King Khalid International Airport Project
· Utilities Division, Heating & Cooling Section
· Supervising Maintenance personnel of Central Plant Heating & Cooling Section composed of Foremen, Lead Mechanics, Mechanics, HVAC Personnel, I&C Technicians, and Plant Electricians.
· Responsibilities: include plant machinery’s e.g. four (4) Centrifugal Refrigeration Units, each with a capacity of producing 5000 tons per hour of chilled water, four (4) diesel fuel oil fired high temperature water boilers, each with a capacity of producing 45,000,000 BTU per hour with an output temperature of 204OC, six (6) cooling towers and fans, CHW & HTW piping equaling a total length of 12.8 Kilometers. In addition, submitting daily, weekly and monthly reports to the Superintendent and Project Manager.
· Maintenance Duty Officer: On many occasions assumed the duties and responsibilities for all contractual decisions and work co-ordinations at the KKIA Airport during night shifts and weekends.
Boot’s Pharmaceutical Co. –Shreveport, LA
1993 to 1996
3188618200
8800 Ellerbe Shreveport, LA71101
Chief Stationary Engineer of Central Plant
· Responsibilities: included (4) 1000 tons Trane Centrifugal Units, (4) 250 PSI water tube steam Ryans D.I. Water system, 4 Culligan water softeners. Also responsibilities submit time sheets, scheduling of shifts, man-hour reports, monthly reports, weekly reports, chemical reports. Compressors, Super Cooled Systems, Automatic Controls for Boilers & Chillers, Barbare / Colman, Blue Prints, P.I.D. Fiber Optic Systems. February 1996 went to Saudi Arabia (company was sold to B.A.S.F)

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ALEX JONES AND DONALD TRUMP STORY   Leave a comment

Alexander EmerickAlexJones (born February 11, 1974) is an American conspiracy theorist,[1][2]radio show host, documentary filmmaker, and writer.[3] His syndicated news/talk show The Alex Jones Show, based in Austin, Texas, airs via the Genesis Communications Network[4] and shortwave station WWCR[5] across the United States, and on the Internet in video form.[6][7]

Jones has been the center of many controversies, including his controversial statements about gun control in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.[8] He has accused the U.S. government of being involved in the Oklahoma City bombing,[9] the September 11 attacks[10] and the filming of fake Moon landings to hide NASA‘s secret technology.[11][12][13] He believes that government and big business have colluded to create a New World Order through “manufactured economic crises, sophisticated surveillance tech and—above all—inside-job terror attacks that fuel exploitable hysteria”.[14] Jones describes himself as a libertarian, paleoconservative and an “aggressive c onstitutionalist“.[15][16]

New York magazine described Jones as “America’s leading conspiracy theorist”,[17] and theSouthern Poverty Law Center describes him as “the most prolific conspiracy theorist in contemporary America.”[18] When asked about these labels, Jones said that he is “proud to be listed as a thought criminal against Big Brother“.[17]                                                               https://youtu.be/m7n2AMpbAu4                                                                                                         https://youtu.be/FvpihVNsRTs     

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