That's the question Orlando banker Jeff Ramsey is asking.
He has organized a cigar dinner at Foxwoods in Connecticut to help rescue the house currently (and perhaps temporarily) owned by Jim Thorpe and his wife, Carol. Thorpe, once a pro golfer, won't be able to join you at the dinner ... because he's in prison after "losing a two-year legal battle with the IRS."
The dinner will include silent and traditional auctions to fill the financial void left in Thorpe's life by the IRS.
For $200, you can head up to Foxwoods on June 21, 2010, smoke a few cigars and dine with other civic-minded aficionados who are eager to give Thorpe a hand. For another $1,500, you can play in the ProAm golf course the next day.
Note: This is indirect IRS support. Your money will not go directly to the government agency.