Actress Mila Kunis, of Ukrainian origin, and her husband Ashton Kutcher, announced on Friday that they would donate 3 million dollars to Ukraine, as well as fundraising, with the aim of reaching 30 million. of dollars.
“Our family is launching this fund to help provide immediate support and we will be donating up to $3 million. Ukrainians are proud and courageous people who deserve our help in these difficult times,” the actress wrote on her husband’s Instagram account.
Thus, after several movie stars, such as Sean Penn, Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively or even Angelina Jolie, it is now up to the couple formed by Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis to offer their help to Ukraine, and in particular to the country’s refugees. .
Indeed, in their video shared on Instagram, the couple explains that they launched the “Stand With Ukraine” campaign on the GoFundMe platform. The two stars hope to raise 30 million dollars intended for humanitarian associations, including Flexport.org but also for Airbnb.org, which has mobilized to offer free short-term accommodation to refugees fleeing Ukraine. As the couple clarifies, “these two organizations are very active on the ground to provide immediate assistance to those who need it most”.
The 38-year-old actress, who was born in Chernivtsi in Ukraine, and also has dual American and Ukrainian nationality, declared through the video her gratitude to the United States without forgetting her roots, as she specifies. “I love everything the country has done for me and my family”, she explains before continuing, insisting: “but today I am proud to be Ukrainian”, while Ashton Kutcher says to himself “ proud to be married to a Ukrainian”.
Also in this press release presented in the form of a video and attached to a text, the heroine of That’s 70 Show, deplores the current events taking place in Ukraine, which she describes as “devastating”.
As Vladimir Putin continues his invasion of the country by force, Mila Kunis said “there is no place in this world for this kind of unjust attack on humanity”. Her husband applauded the “bravery of the people of the country in which his wife was born”, while reminding his Instagram followers, “the needs of those who have chosen security”.