Two local businesses have recently released 2012 pin-up-style calendars that raise money for nonprofits. Below is a peek at them both. You'll have to buy them to see all the hotties. Alive is such a tease.

Two local businesses have recently released 2012 pin-up-style calendars that raise money for nonprofits. Below is a peek at them both. You'll have to buy them to see all the hotties. Alive is such a tease.

Dolls of Evolved

Starring: Models from Dolls of Evolved, a group of women with body art from the Campus-area tattoo and piercing mainstay. The Dolls organize events to raise money for local charities.

Cost: $10

Where to buy: All the Evolved locations (evolvedbodyart.com) and Rendezvous Hair Salon (rendezvoushair.com)

Calendar sales benefit: Pets Without Parents, a no-kill animal shelter in Clintonville

Eye-candy bonus: For some of the photos, the lovely inked ladies posed with cute, home-seeking pups from Pets Without Parents. Playful poses abound. Me-ow!

Betty's Betties

Starring: Employees of the Columbus Food League, the umbrella organization for Elizabeth Lessner's restaurants. The calendar celebrates Betty's Fine Food & Spirits' 10th birthday.

Cost: $20

Where to buy: After Nov. 25, at Betty's, Surly Girl, Tip Top, Dirty Frank's, Jury Room, Mary Catherine's Antiques, Waldo's on High, and Funky + Functional. Or pre-order online at tiny.cc/bettysbetties.

Calendar sales benefit: Planned Parenthood of Central Ohio

Eye-candy bonus: Local stylist Elizabeth Solinger managed the project, Waldo's on High created the models' hair and makeup looks, and fashion designer Kelli Martin of Anti-Label made all the sassy outfits specifically for the calendar. There's a culinary bonus, too: The calendar includes recipes for the restaurant's menu favorites.

Give Betty a birthday spanking in person at the Dec. 1 calendar launch party at Ace of Cups. Shenanigans start at 7 p.m.