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Adrian Peterson, Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore team up for charity

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson along with Ashton Kutcher and his wife, Demi Moore, have combined to form a new foundation called "Football For Good." According to the Daily Norseman blog, the campaign is designed to fight human trafficking of minors and raises funds for at-risk youth.
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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson along with Ashton Kutcher and his wife, Demi Moore, have combined to form a new foundation called "Football For Good." According to the Daily Norseman blog, the campaign is designed to fight human trafficking of minors and raises funds for at-risk youth.

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