Comedy for Haiti

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    SLUG: HaitiFairfax DATE: January 15, 2010 CREDIT: Carol Guzy/The Washington Post LOCATION: Port-au-Prince HAITI CAPTION: Fairfax Search and Rescue team from VA assist in rescue operation at the Montana Hotel. They worked together with the French Civil Protection team to free an American man from the rubble of the earthquake by amputating both his legs and evacuating him by helicopter. StaffPhoto imported to Merlin on Fri Jan 15 18:20:26 2010 WASHINGTON TIMES OUT NEW YORK TIMES OUT USA TODAY OUT DC EXAMINER OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVES NO MAGAZINES MANDATORY CREDIT

    A weekly stand-up comedy show in San Francisco's Tenderloin  District will benefit an aid organization in Haiti for the next two weeks,  according to event organizers.
         
    At the next two shows of "Funny Mondays at the Deco Lounge," the  Rainbow World Fund will raise money for its disaster relief partner in Haiti,  CARE.

    The Rainbow World Fund is an agency that works with the LGBT  community to educate people about world need and raise money for various  international organizations.

    Attendees at "Funny Mondays" this week and next week will be asked  to donate up to $20 at the door, with all proceeds going to CARE.

    CARE has already begun distributing food, water and shelter in  Haiti, according to the organization.

    "Funny Mondays" begins at 8 p.m. at the Deco Lounge, located at  510 Larkin St. in San Francisco.

    Bay City News