Chefs and restaurant employees around the city are generously donating their time to raise money for Haiti. Here is a list of places you can donate while you dine.

The Edison will donate all door proceeds this week to the Haiti relief fund. On Friday, Jan. 22th from 5pm-8pm, the bar will be hosting Hollywood For Haiti, with a silent auction including: The Most Interesting Man in the World Dinner for Two, Alice Cooper 1970's Tour Souvenirs, Tim Burton Autographed Artist Proof Books, Dodger Dugout Tickets, Kings Tickets and Memorabilia, Cold Case Set Visit and Lunch with Kathryn Morris, Edison Whiskey Tasting for Six.

Twenty-one food trucks will park at the TLofts in West L.A. on Saturday, to help raise money for the Red Cross International Response Fund relief efforts for Haiti. Part of the day's proceeds go to the Red Cross, and Red Cross representatives will be there to accept donations. Jan 23, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., 11500 Tennessee Ave., Los Angeles.

Larder at Tavern:11648 San Vicente Blvd., Brentwood; (310) 806-6464

On Friday, January 22nd and Saturday, January 23rd, FIG in Santa Monica will donating all wine proceeds to Share Our Strength in support of emergency relief efforts for Haiti.

On Sunday, January 31 from 7-9pm, BreadBar Century City will host a Haiti benefit dinner where 50% of all sales from the evening will be donated directly to the American Red Cross charity.

Wilshire restaurant will donate all proceeds to Doctors Without Borders. Dinner will be $75 per guest; $110 with wine pairings, all-inclusive, with 100% of gross benefiting efforts in Haiti.

The Larder at Tavern is donating $3 per brown bag lunch to Haiti relief efforts. What's in the bag? A sandwich on house-made bread, a farmer's market apple, house-made sweet potato chips, and a cookie of your choice.

The Edison:108 W. 2nd St., Los Angeles; (213) 613-0000

Fig: 101 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica; (310) 319-3111.

BreadBar: 10250 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles; (310) 277-3770.

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