In a video uploaded to Kutcher’s Instagram account, Kunis, who was born in Ukraine and immigrated to the USA when she was 7-years-old, expressed her ache at Russia’s struggle in Ukraine.
“I’ve at all times thought-about myself an American, a proud American. I really like all the pieces that this nation has completed for myself and my household. However at present I’ve by no means been extra proud to be a Ukrainian,” Kunis mentioned. “The occasions which have unfolded in Ukraine are devastating; there isn’t any place on this world for this unjustified assault on humanity.”
Kunis and Kutcher, who’ve been married since 2015 and co-starred collectively in “That ’70s Present,” mentioned the donations from GoFundMe can be routed to Flexport, which is organizing shipments of reduction provides to refugee websites in Poland, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia and Moldova, and AirBnB, which is offering free, short-term housing to refugees fleeing Ukraine.
“Whereas we’re witnessing the bravery of the nation she was born in, we’re additionally witness to the wants of those that have chosen security,” Kutcher mentioned within the video.
“In 48 hours, numerous Ukrainians have been compelled to flee their properties to neighboring international locations,” Ryan Reynolds wrote on Twitter. “They want safety. Once you donate, we’ll match it as much as $1,000,000, creating double the help.”