Ukraine native Mila Kunis and husband Ashton Kutcher has pledged $3 million in contributions to Ukraine

Ukraine Native Mila Kunis And Husband Ashton Kutcher Has Pledged $3 Million In Contributions To Ukraine

In an effort to help Ukrainian refugees, actress Mila Kunis and her famous husband Ashton Kutcher have agreed to match donations up to $3 million.

“The developments in Ukraine are catastrophic. Kunis said in a video posted on her husband’s official social media accounts that “there is no place in this world for this kind of unjust attack on humanity”.

If you donate $3 million, Ashton and I will match it… so that we can raise $30 million.


In the video, Kunis said, “The people of Ukraine are strong and brave.” “We must assist the Ukrainian people. Please, assist us.

According to Kunis, she moved to the US in 1991 from Chernivtsi, Ukraine, in 1983.

For as long as I can remember, I have considered myself a proud American.” “Today is the first day in a long time that I have felt more proud to call myself a Ukrainian,” Kunis says in the video alongside Kutcher.

I have never been more proud to be married to a Ukrainian,” Kutcher continued. In 2015, the actors tied the knot in a lavish ceremony in Los Angeles.

“Logistics is the main problem at the moment.” It is imperative that we build housing and provide the necessary supplies and resources,” he said.

According to their GoFundMe page, the Hollywood couple has raised almost $15 million of their $30 million goal as of Saturday.

This is the most rapid exodus I have seen in nearly 40 years of working in refugee crises,” UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi said Thursday, denouncing what he called the “senseless conflict.”

At a border crossing in Medyka, Poland, on March 5, a group of mostly female refugees from Ukraine waited for transportation. Markus Schreiber/AP has the story.

United Nations data shows that more than half of the Ukrainian refugees have fled to Poland, with the remainder going to nearby countries such as Hungary, Moldova, Romania and Slovakia.

“The international solidarity has been wonderful,” Grandi said. For the guns to be put down, “nothing—nothing—can replace the need for dialogue and diplomacy to succeed.”

An ambush in Kyiv on February 27 resulted in the death of 54-year-old volunteer fighter Volodymyr Nezhenets.

His widow, Oksana, was adamant about burying him in accordance with his wishes. This photo provided by Lee Powell/The Washington Post shows Whitney Shefte and Whitney Shefte.

As well as (which organizes logistics and supplies to refugee sites in Poland, Romania, Hungary), which provides free short-term housing to Ukrainian refugees, the couple will also donate the funds they have raised through their own personal fundraising efforts to (which provides free short-term housing to Ukrainian refugees).

In a tweet on Thursday, Airbnb co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky announced that the company would cease all operations in Russia and Belarus. Chesky also tweeted earlier this week that “people are booking Airbnbs in Ukraine they do not intend to stay in just to assist Hosts.”

As many as 100,000 refugees fleeing Ukraine will be housed by the U.S.-based company and its hosts “for free,” he said.

In response to Kutcher’s post, Reese Witherspoon said she was “donating right now!” She posted an emoji of the Ukrainian flag, which is blue and yellow.

Several other high-profile couples have pledged support for the refugees fleeing Ukraine, including actors Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, who said they would match donations of $1 million.

They have also urged the public to donate to help the children caught in conflict. David Beckham and Victoria Beckham