The Demi and Ashton (DNA) Foundation is getting revamped under a new name roughly one year after the split of its founders, Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher.
The DNA Foundation was established in 2010, and brought awareness of child sex trafficking to the forefront of the mainstream media through the Real Men Don't Buy Girls campaign.
Us Weekly reports that the couple will continue their joint work on the charity that will now be called THORN: Digital Defenders of Children.
"For the past three years we have focused our work broadly on combating child sex trafficking. It has become crystal clear in our efforts that technology plays an increasingly large role in this crime and in the sexual exploitation of children overall," Moore, 50, and Kutcher, 34, said in a joint statement. "We believe that the technology-driven aspect of these crimes demands its own attention and investment."
Although the couple announced their split in 2011, neither has officially filed for divorce.