Katie Couric is stepping out to help fight the global sex-trafficking epidemic at Somaly Mam Foundation's Life is Love Gala on October 23rd in New York.

The human rights organization will see a spectacular host committee come out to support the rehabilitation of victims of slavery.

Host committee members include:

Alexi Ashe, Beth Behrs, Kristen Bell, Sara Berman, Binta Brown, Annie Dickerson, Jason Flom, Chloe Flower, Patricia Gagic, Kerry Girvin, Molly Gochman, Leith Greenslade, Elizabeth Bayles Jordan, Padma Lakshmi, Lucy Liu, Rosemarie Dewitt, Ron Livingston, Susan Lyne, AnnaLynne McCord, Petra Nemcova, Samira Panah, Angela Shore, Russell Simmons, Serinda Swan, Anne-Marie Van Dijk and Diane von Furstenburg

There will be a live Fund-A-Need auction led by Seth Meyers of Saturday Night Live fame.

Hosted by Couric, the event will honor the winners of the 2013 Voices for Change Awards, Douglas Wood of the Estée Lauder, Norman and Joanna Jean Roy and Samira Panah.

The Somaly Mam Foundation is a nonprofit dedicated to ending sex slavery and empowering its survivors as part of the solution. The gala is a full-experience event with elements of fashion, photography, music, and dance, and discovering Cambodian culture, all to educate audiences on the issue and inspire action around solutions to end sex slavery.

Click here to buy tickets or make a donation.
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To learn more about how you can help, visit somaly.org.

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