Raising money for charity is obviously one of the more noble things a man can do, but it always seems to either involve some kind of physical exertion, or a silent auction, making the Micro Machines Man you just hired completely pointless. Daring to develop a new way to raise money, the folks at MyDunkTank.
Just schemed up/coded in Center City, Tank's a new site facilitating charitably-minded folks who, instead of going the standard fundraising route, want nothing more than to sacrifice their pride in return for other people's money, a course of action already proven completely viable by the Mets. First, just tell Tank who you want to earn for; if they deem your cause worthy/think you'll actually do it, they'll assign you some "starter" dares, or you can scheme up your own/ask friends to come up with ideas, so long as they're not "mean, dangerous, or illegal" -- so, "downloading XXX: State Of The Union" is out, presumably for all three. Then, it's up to you to promote your efforts and point folks to the site to pledge money (Tank tracks/handles transactions via their secure server) or a better dare; past donor suggestions have included "skydive in tutus and tiaras", "Waddle around the London Zoo dressed in a penguin costume", and "Wear a full head of cornrows" (fact: Allen Iverson's Make a Wish's leading fundraiser).
After people's pledges come in, it's time for you to complete your dare(s) and hit the site to post pics/movies of the deed -- not to be confused with the one that darn Micro Machines Man totally tricked you into bidding on...who wouldn't want a ramshackletermiteinfestedranchhouseonasinkhole???