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Just days after launching their own charity, Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have agreed to spend Valentine’s Day working for victims of sex trafficking.

“Demi and I have agreed that instead of doing the big thing for each other, we are going to celebrate by sharing our love with other people,” said Kutcher. "We launched our foundation, the DNA Foundation, on Monday to help trafficking victims – we have this group in New York, GEMS [Girls Educational & Mentoring Services] girls who don’t have someone to be their Valentine this year. So Demi and I are going to send flowers to all of these girls, as many as we can, and make them our Valentines."

The Demi and Ashton Foundation was established to help abolish modern day slavery, punish perpetrators and free the innocent and exploited victims. The DNA Foundation is committed to protecting the freedom of the world’s most vulnerable citizens by forcing sex slavery out of the shadows and into the spotlight.

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