Alec Baldwin is once again putting himself out there for charity, offering up an awesome evening for one lucky bidder and three guests in New York City. 

The auction, held through, benefits the Screen Actors Guild Foundation and runs through April 24. What makes the opportunity rare in the world of Hollywood is just how generous it is. Not only does the winner score four prime tickets to Baldwin's new Broadway play "Orphans," but the actor will then afterward treat the group to a private dinner out on the town. 

Just don't be surprised if the joint you're eating at has a healthy focus. Baldwin, 55, has lost 35 pounds over the last year thanks to exercise and good nutrition, a shift he credits to his new wife Hilaria Thomas, an accomplished yoga instructor. The couple are expecting their first child together, a girl, later this summer. 

"I proudly support the mission of the Screen Actors Guild Foundation and I'm grateful to be able to give back to my fellow performers," said Baldwin, a SAG Foundation ambassador. "I'm also looking forward to having a great evening and lively dinner conversation with my four guests."

Bidding is currently at $6,750, with the total package valued at $25,000. Feeling generous? Check out the auction here.

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Spend an evening with Alec Baldwin for charity
Actor offers up tickets to his new Broadway play and dinner for four afterward to help raise money for The SAG Foundation.