Ramblin’ folksinger John Craigie, who settled (at least nominally) in Portland a few years ago, has been a regular presence in Central Oregon for at least a decade, playing everywhere from house concerts to the Sisters Folk Festival. He will use his next show in Bend, at the Domino Room on Friday, to give back to the region. Inspired by fellow modern folk-rocker Jack Johnson’s many charitable ventures, Craigie partnered with homeless support groups at each stop on his Keep it Warm Tour. For every ticket sold for the Bend show, Craigie will donate $1 to the Cascade Youth & Family Center, which offers crisis services for runaway and homeless youths in Central Oregon. Fans can also donate warm clothing, sleeping bags and other supplies at the show. Craigie, who released the stripped-down studio album “Scarecrow” and live set “Opening for Steinbeck” this year, will be joined by The Brothers Comatose guitarist and vocalist Ben Morrison.

John Craigie, with Ben Morrison: 8 p.m. Friday, doors open at 7 p.m.; $16 plus fees in advance, $21 at the door; Domino Room, 51 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; midtownbend.com or 541-408-4329.