Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have agreed to match as much as $3 million in donations towards humanitarian support for Kunis’ native Ukraine, the couple introduced in a social media put up this week. The 2 actors have began a GoFundMe to supply housing and aid provides to refugees of Ukraine following the continued invasion by Russia.
“I’ve all the time thought-about myself an American, a proud American,” Kunis, who immigrated from Ukraine to the US in 1991, stated within the clip. “However right now, I’ve by no means been extra proud to be a Ukrainian. The occasions which have unfolded in Ukraine are devastating. There isn’t a place on this world for this type of unjust assault on humanity.”
Kunis and Kutcher’s GoFundMe advantages Flexport.org, a corporation that sends shipments of provides to varied refugee websites, in addition to Airbnb, who’re offering free short-term housing to refugees amid the disaster. Their fundraiser has since surpassed $15 million.
“The individuals of Ukraine are robust and courageous, however being robust and courageous doesn’t imply you aren’t worthy of assist,” Kunis added. You’ll be able to donate to the couple’s GoFundMe right here, and see their video beneath.
Since Russia started their invasion final week, varied enterprise and artists have supplied their assist to Ukraine. Reside Nation and Spotify each ceased enterprise in Russia this week, as did Netflix, whereas artists together with Inexperienced Day, Nick Cave, and Iggy Pop have all canceled Russian tour dates. Disney, Warner Bros, Sony, and Paramount additionally paused main movie releases in Russia.