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YouTuber ‘ZHC’ Surprises Patients With iPads at Children’s Hospital [Video]



  • Zach Hsieh is one of YouTube’s biggest sensation but he’s also known for constantly giving back to people in need, especially kids.
  • Zach, who goes by “ZHC”, recently visited the AdventHealth for Children in Orlando, Florida, gave iPads to patients and also donated $240,000 to the patients’ families.
  • Not only that, ZHC and his team brightened the hallways of the hospital by transforming the walls into his signature murals.

Zach HsiehZach, who goes by “ZHC” on YouTube, recently visited a children’s hospital in Orlando, Florida to give iPads to patients. Not only that, but he also donated $240,000 to the patients’ families.

And he did not stop there, ZHC and his team painted the hallways of the hospital and transformed the walls into his signature murals.

Several children were surprised to receive the iPads. Rashad and Kayla are just two of many children who received a surprise gift during ZHC’s visit to AdventHealth for Children in Orlando.

Literally, ZHC and his friends brighten up the hospital’s halls by painting them with murals.

Zach uses the money he makes from sponsors and YouTube ads, and he puts some of that towards giving back. 

“There were a lot of families that were really struggling and going through a hard time,” Zach told Inside Edition Digital’s Leigh Scheps.” So it was pretty emotional. And there were a lot of very grateful families, and I’m glad we could really help people that could really use the help.”

And Zach adds that for him, kind gestures like this are what he is passionate about.


“Well, I feel very passionate about bringing more positivity in the world. I think while I’m still alive, I want to make as big of an impact as I can, and I just love seeing people happy.”

Last year, Zach and his team gave away $1 million worth of products. They also made a major contribution to a school in Denver, Colorado. 

Watch ZHC’s video about his visit to AdventHealth for Children below.

Source: Inside Edition