The former `Two and a Half Men` actor has teamed up with close pal Sean Penn - who has been undertaking work in the Caribbean nation since it was stricken by two earthquakes last year - and plans to take his `Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not An Option` tour to the region, with all proceeds being donated to charity.
According to gossip website TMZ, the show will be Charlie`s last on the tour, which is estimated to generate an estimated $7 million profit.
Charlie - who is believed to be in negotiations to return to `Two and a Half Men` - recently revealed he wanted to work in Haiti alongside Sean.
He said: "We`re going to do a couple things first and then it looks like we`re heading down [to Haiti]. And I`m excited as hell because, you know, if I can bring the attention of the world down there, then clearly this tsunami keeps cresting."
In a recent interview, Sean defended his friend, revealing he believes Charlie simply wants the world to "lighten" up.
He said: "When you divorce the moral judgments, which I prefer to do, I see a guy who has a clearer view of the nature of the world around him than is sometimes comfortable to have. Those are the sort of people who have a tendency to find altered states. But he`s a very ironic character. He`s got pretension in the crosshairs of his wit. I think to a large degree he`s saying, `Guys, we`re only going to be here once, so lighten the f**k up.`"