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Demi Moore poses with David, a child at the pediatric malnutrition ward at St. Damien's children's hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She later posted the photo on her Twitter account. "He was burned and lost 3 fingers but his joyous spirit was untouched," wrote Moore, in Haiti on behalf of Artists for Peace and Justice.
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Moore and Susan Sarandon are just a few of the celebrities lending their considerable star power to Artists for Peace and Justice, a fundraising effort for impoverished communities around the globe. Ben Stiller, Gerard Butler, Sean Penn and Olivia Wilde also joined the actresses on the trip to Haiti.
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Moore visits a camp for those displaced by the earthquake around the island's capital city. Actor Sean Penn's Jenkins-Penn Haiti Relief Organization manages the camp. "Sean Penn [is] leading the move of 60k Haitian people 2 safer ground," Moore Tweeted after meeting the actor in Haiti.
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Moore and Sarandon listen in on a discussion about ending child slavery in Port-au-Prince. "Freedom 4 all is in R future!" she Tweeted.