Eat out for Haiti: Participating restaurants give 10% to Haiti relief

It doesn’t take much to donate. In an effort to help Haiti, we’ve reported the travel companies offering ways to donate miles and points to the Red Cross, and we’ve listed the phone numbers for you to call or text your pledge. Now there’s news of an entirely other type of hospitality getting into the donating spirit, and it’ll be hard for anyone to not contribute.

This Sunday, January 24th, restaurants in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles and Las Vegas will be raising funds to aid Haitian relief efforts with Dining Out For Haiti. All you have to do is show up, order a meal and pay your bill, and up to 10 percent of the restaurants sales that day will go to Doctors Without Borders, Partners in Health, and Action Against Hunger.

Among the restaurants participating are the Gramercy Tavern and Tribeca Grill in NYC, Mario Batali’s Carnevino in Vegas, and Pizzeria Mozza in LA. A list of participating restaurants can be found here.