Gigi Hadid vows to donate Fashion Week earnings to Ukraine relief
"Our eyes and hearts must be open to all human injustice," Gigi Hadid wrote on Instagram
Model Gigi Hadid has decided to strut for a cause.
People all over the world are wondering how to help Ukraine as Russian invasions continue. Hadid will use her platform not only to raise financial support but to also promote peace.
Taking to Instagram, the model shared her plans.
"Following in the footsteps of my friend @micarganaraz, I am pledging to donate my earnings from the Fall 2022 shows to aid those suffering from the war in Ukraine, as well as continuing to support those experiencing the same in Palestine," Hadid wrote.
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In a push for peace, she also stated: "Our eyes and hearts must be open to all human injustice. May we all see each other as brothers and sisters, beyond politics, beyond race, beyond religion."
Hadid is not the only celebrity getting involved with the cause. Several days before the model's announcement, a generous Mila Kunis donation promise gained traction amongst those looking to help the Eastern European country.
The actress and her husband, Ashton Kutcher, promised to match up to $3 million worth of donations to Airbnb.org and Flexport.org via GoFundMe.org.
"Flexport is going to be transporting the much-needed humanitarian aid directly to known NGOs on the ground that can ensure that the aid is received by the most needed parties," Kutcher said in a video alongside Kunis.
In addition to sending donations, there are other ways to show your support for Ukraine, whether it's through informative social media shares, assistance on hotlines or standing alongside organizations such as The Urgent Action Fund, which is currently supporting women, transgender and nonbinary activists while in Ukraine—a notable way to celebrate Women's History Month during this difficult time.
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