A generous and sizable Mila Kunis donation promise has garnered much attention.
In the wake of the tragedy in her native Ukraine, Kunis and her husband Ashton Kutcher decided to start a fundraiser to support refugee and humanitarian aid efforts. Months ago, we saw Celebrity Venmo gaining popularity as actors and musicians sought to help those struggling throughout the COVID pandemic. Unfortunately, we've since moved on to another difficult event.
In a video announcement on Thursday, March 3, the couple detailed their plans and ways in which people can help during this trying time.
"Ashton and I have decided to match up to $3 million worth of donations to Airbnb.org and Flexport.org through GoFundMe.org in an effort to raise $30 million," she said in the video.
Are you curious about what Kunis and Kutcher's undertaking entails? Want to get involved yourself? Here's everything you need to know.
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Mila Kunis donation to Ukraine
In hopes to raise $30 million for Ukraine, Kunis and Kutcher are starting with this step via GoFundMe.org, "Stand With Ukraine."
"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 assures.
Kunis then chimes in and adds: "And Airbnb will be supporting housing and cost of living to those who take in refugees."
At the time of publication, there have been over 11,000 donations and nearly $3,500 has been raised.
"The people of Ukraine are strong and brave, but being strong and brave does not mean you are not worthy of support," Kunis says.
Visit "Stand with Ukraine" on GoFundMe.org if you are interested in making a contribution.
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