As ambitious and greedy as Hongkongers are, we can also be extremely generous. For the Sichuan earthquake, so many worthy events have been hastily planned to raise funds for victims, we're not sure we can publicise them all. But to help you lend a hand, here's a quick survey of some good causes to pause for. The Fringe Club is hosting a We Rock For Sichuan concert on Sunday from 4pm to 10pm with The Pancakes, Born To Hula, Helter Skelter and other bands. HK$100 cover with proceeds to Red Cross. All local film companies and cinemas will donate HK$1 from every movie ticket sold from now until Sunday to victims, through the Home Affairs Bureau. Fashion designer Dorian Ho Kwok-ching's charity relief sale continues till Saturday at 89 Wong Nai Chung Road, Happy Valley. Proceeds to Oxfam. The Mad Dog Motorcycle Club invites all bikers to join a charity ride on Sunday. Money to go to the Save the Children Foundation of China. Starts at 11am at Granville Square, Tsim Sha Tsui. HK$200. Until June 22, Pacific Coffee has placed a donation box into which you can drop your change, which they will forward to the Red Cross. The Gaia restaurant group - which includes Gaia, Va Bene, Isola and Joia - will donate all takings from lunch on June 2 to victims through the Home Affairs Bureau. An art auction of donated works from various galleries will take place tonight at 7pm at 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, benefiting Medecins Sans Frontieres. The hairstyling community, including (above, from left) Hong Kong Gold Club's Kenny Wong, L'Oreal's April Lau and Schwarzkopf's Willy Wu, is organising an extended campaign to put 'piggy banks' in as many salons as possible so clients can contribute. The goal is to rebuild two schools through The China Literacy Foundation. Make sure your stylist is involved.