Now in its tenth year, The Tank Top Sanctuary is looking to expand its facilities. The Sanctuary is currently home to 17 men retired from clubs and yachts, many of whom suffer long-term health and behavioral issues common to men who have spent their lives in tank tops. With the help of your donations, the Tank Top Sanctuary will be able to expand their facilities and open its doors to more men who have been unable to adjust to life since their frat days.
The Tank Top Sanctuary provides men who wear tank tops with individualized care, the companionship of a herd, and the opportunity to live out their lives in a safe space away from the public where they may be obnoxious to others.
Your donation will go towards employing a specialized team of caregivers. With its expansion, the facility will call upon the newest studies in science to potentially rehabilitate the tank toppers. The facility is hoping to rehabilitate some of the wearers back into society as early as March 2018.
We spoke with Rasha Makar, the good Samaritan who founded the Sanctuary ten years ago. She explained to us that they saw the need for these men to be given a space to roam freely where their fist-bumping would not interfere with the daily lives of other civilians. Too many tank toppers are unable to adapt to life after their early twenties when you should be done with clubbing.
Please give today. For more information follow the link below. Your generous donation will also help to educate the public on the complex needs of tank toppers in captivity and the crisis we face when they are left alone in the clubs.