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A list of Boston benefits for Haiti's earthquake victims (updated 2-1-2010)

Friday, January 22

What: Hope for Haiti Now
When: Friday, January 22, 8 pm EST
Where: ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN, BET, The CW, HBO, MTV, VH1, and CMT
To Benefit: Hope for Haiti Now Charities
Hosted By: Wyclef Jean and George Clooney
Entertainment: Justin Timberlake, Shakira, Jay-Z, Alicia Keys, and others

Saturday, January 23

What: Dance for the World Community Benefit for Earthquake Relief in Haiti
January 23, Saturday, 6 -10:30 pm
Where: The Sanctuary Theatre, 400 Harvard Street, Cambridge
To Benefit: The Haiti Fund at the Boston Foundation.
Hosted By: Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre in collaboration with Boston Dance Alliance and the Cambridge Arts Council
Entertainment: Performances from the Boston Youth Moves, Hyde Square Task Force, Ritmo en Accion, José Mateo Ballet Theatre's YouthWorks, Lawrence Performing and Fine Arts High School, OrigiNation, Corey Amaral Band, The Embraceables, Gifrants, Nini + Ben, Of An Oak
Cost: Donations will be collected throughout the evening
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Sunday, January 24

What: Brek One and Frank the Butcher Present “For the People”
Sunday, January 24, 9 pm
Where: Good Life, 28 Kingston Street, Downtown Crossing
To Benefit: Yele Haiti
Hosted By: Good Life and Frank the Butcher
Entertainment: Blade Runners, Brek One, Devlin
Cost: $5 suggested donation plus charity auction with dope prizes

What: Music & Yoga: Haitian Relief event
When: Sunday, January 24, noon – 4 pm
Where: Soni Yoga Studio, 290 Concord Ave, Cambridge, 617.876.9642
To Benefit: Partners in Health
Hosted By: Soni Yoga
Entertainment: Yoga, acupuncture, and a family concert from Sol y Canto
Cost: Donations suggested

What: Static Noyze Dance Fundraiser for Haiti relief
Sunday, January 24, 12:30 - 3 pm
Where: Neill Dance Studio, 261 Friend St [5th floor], Boston, 617.942.1119
To Benefit: American Red Cross Haiti Relief and Development Fund
Hosted By: Jeannette from Neill Dance Studio
Entertainment: Hip-hop dance workshop fundraiser
Cost: $10 per session; $15 for both [additional donations suggested]

Tuesday, January 26

What: Emerge Music Boston Fundraiser for Haiti
Tuesday, January 26, 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Where: All Asia, 334 Mass Ave, Cambridge, 617.497.1544
To Benefit: Yele Haiti
Entertainment: Nadia, Josh Beetler, and others
Cost: By donation

Saturday, January 30

What: Salsa for Haiti fundraiser
Saturday, January 30, 9 pm
Where: Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, 85 W Newton St, Boston, 617.927.1742
Entertainment: Night of salsa music and dancing, featuring Edwin Pabon and Orchestra, CincoSon, Yarina, I-Level, and Carlos de leon y su conjunto
Cost: $10 suggested donation

Sunday, January 31

What: “Help for Haiti” Cut-a-Thon
When: Sunday, January 31, 12 - 6 pm
Where: G20 Spa & Salon, 338 Newbury Street
To Benefit: American Red Cross Haiti Relief & Development Fund
Hosted By: G20 Spa & Salon
Entertainment: Seventeen stylists from G20 and EMERGE Spa & Salon plus DJ Charles Mercer
Cost: $25 per person

What: Symphonic Relief For Haiti: A Global Concert to Benefit Partners In Health
Sunday January 31, 12:30- 2 pm
Where: NEC’s Jordan Hall, 290 Huntington Ave., Boston, 617.585.1260 //
To Benefit: Partners In Health
Hosted By: Longwood Symphony Orchestra, New England Conservatory
Entertainment: Performances by NEC faculty Paula Robison and Richard Stoltzman, NEC student Jean Bernard Cerin and Preparatory student Aurélie Théramène, A Far Cry chamber orchestra, and the Boston Children's Chorus conducted by Anthony Trecek King. Student musicians from NEC, Longy School of Music, Boston Conservatory, and Boston University will augment the instrumental ensembles.
Cost: $25
For more information, visit Longwood Symphony at or call 617.667.1527

Monday, February 1

What: Night of the Living Deadhead: Potluck Record Party for Haiti
Monday, February 1, 10 pm, 21+
Where: ZuZu
Hosted By: Middle East Nightclub
Cost: Free

What: La Table Francaise: Helping Haiti
When: Monday, February 1, 6:30pm
Where: Petit Robert Bistro, 48 Commonwealth Ave., Kenmore
To Benefit: Partners in Health Earthquake Relief
Hosted By: Nicole Malo, Petit Robert Bistro
Entertainment: Gourmet French three course dinner and aperitif
Cost: $50 donation

What: Hill Haiti Benefit
Monday, February 1, 7-11pm
Where: Church, 69 Kilmarnock St, Boston
To Benefit: Angel Mission and the American Red Cross
Entertainment: Performances by Zili Misik, Mark Lipman, and more
Cost: $10

Wednesday, February 3

What: KEM PA SOTE - A Party to Benefit the Future of Haiti

When: Wednesday, February 3, 7:30pm-1am
Where: Middle East Downstairs, 480 Mass Ave, Cambridge
Hosted By: One in a Million Media
Entertainment: Performances by Aloud, The Lights Out, Pretty & Nice, You Can Be A Wesley; DJ sets by Michael V (The Pill), Repeat Offenders (FTW), Damien Paul (So Dope)
Cost: $10 (larger donations gladly accepted)
Info: Kem Pa Sote on Facebook

What: Benefit performance of Sleep No More
Wednesday, February 3, 7:30pm
Where: Old Lincoln School, Brookline
Hosted By: A.R.T. and Punchdrunk
Cost: $100 per ticket

Thursday, February 4

What: An Evening of Haitian Film & Video: A Fundraiser for Haiti Earthquake Relief
Thursday, February 4, 6:30 pm: doors; 7 pm sharp: screening followed by panel discussion; 9pm: Gathering @ the Independent, 75 Union Sq.
Where: Somerville Community Access Television, 90 Union Square
To Benefit: Partners in Health Haiti Earthquake Response
Hosted By: The Somerville Arts Council & Somerville Community Access Television
Entertainment: Documentary excerpts from The Agronomist, Secondhand (Pepe) and Belo’s Song of Peace and discussion
Cost: “Donations strongly encouraged”

Friday, February 5

What: Harmonies for Haiti
When: Friday, February 5, 8:30pm
Where: Boston University's George Sherman Union, 775 Commonwealth Ave., Boston
To Benefit: Haiti earthquake relief efforts
Hosted By: The BosTones acapella group
Entertainment: An evening of acapella
Cost: Suggested $5 donation

Saturday, February 6

What: Hope for Haiti
When: Saturday, February 6, 7pm
Where: The MATCH School, 1001 Commonwealth Ave., Boston
To Benefit: Haiti earthquake relief efforts
Hosted By: Alaina Bearden, The MATCH School
Entertainment: A night of food, silent auctions and fun.
What:"HOUSE OF LOVE for HAITI" 12-Hour Dance-A-Thon
When: Saturday, February 6, 12pm
Where: Roxbury Y.M.C.A., 285 Martin Luther King Blvd.
To Benefit: Partners in Health relief efforts
Hosted By: Boston House Music Coalition/Love & Nappiness
Entertainment: House music spun by 12 Boston DJs, food, special aerobic workout session, raffles and more
Cost: $10 donation for adults, $3 donation for children
Sunday, February 7

What: Helping Haiti Here at Home
When: Sunday, February 7, 5pm
Where: The Biltmore, 1205 Chestnut Street, Newton Upper Falls
To Benefit: the re-building of Hait
Hosted By: The Biltmore and Habitat for Humanity
Entertainment: Special Super Bowl Sunday menu and open bar
Cost: $50 donation at door

Tuesday, February 9

What: Benefit for Haitian Relief
When: Club Passim
Where: Tuesday, February 9, 7 pm
To Benefit: Partners in Health
Entertainment: featuring Mark Erelli, Hanneke Cassel, Chris O'Brien and Margaret Glaspy and more. Raffle prizes collected at the event.
Cost: $20

Wednesday, February 10

What: Rock for Haiti
When: Wednesday, February 10, 8pm
Where: Church, 69 Kilmarnock Street
To Benefit: Oxam relief efforts
Hosted By: Ryan's Smashing Life
Entertainment: Live music from Static of the Gods, Vivian Darkbloom and Lauren Flaherty
Cost: $10 donation

Friday, February 26

What: Haiti Relief Party
When: Saturday, February 26, 8pm
Where: Bleacher Bar, 82A Lansdowne Street 
To Benefit: Partners in Health "Stand With Haiti" Campaign
Entertainment: Good music, good beer, good food
Cost: $10 donation

Monday, March 1

What: 2010 Coolidge Award Program Honoring Jonathan Demme
Monday, March 1, 2 pm
Where: Coolidge Corner Theatre
To Benefit: Partners in Health and Yele Haiti
Hosted By: Beacon Cinema and Coolidge Corner Theatre
Entertainment: Screening of “The Agronomist” and discussion with director Jonathan Demme
Cost: $25

Saturday, March 27

What: Urban Walk for Haiti
When: Saturday, March 27, 12pm
Where: Begins at St. Paul's Church, 29 Mt. Auburn Street, Cambridge  
To Benefit: Relief efforts in Haiti
Hosted By: Urban Walk for Haiti Cambridge
Entertainment: Local Haitian vendors selling crafts and clothing, food, music and dance
Friday, April 9

What: After the Cameras have gone: Rebuilding Sustainable Communities in Haiti 
When: Friday, April 9, 8:30am
Where: UMASS Boston, 100 Morrissey Blvd., Boston
To Benefit: Haiti awareness
Hosted By: The Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters
Entertainment: Lecture and educational workshops
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