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Julianne Moore
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Julianne Moore wants you to remember that February 14th isn't just for adults. "Valentine's Day has become a major children's holiday, and is for them, about friendship," the actress wrote. That's why she's helping spread the love—starting with her own cartoon-embellished Valentines, featuring the redhead heroine of her children's books, Freckleface Strawberry. As a bonus, each card sold will help fund Save the Children’s U.S. Programs, supporting literacy in low-income areas. Today is your last day to order if you want to get them by V-Day, so head to savethechildren.org to pick up your own set. A $25 donation will get you a box of 30 adorable cards.

Plus, check out our Valentine's Day gift guide!