President Zelenskyy thanks Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher

US actress Mila Kunis (38), who was born in Ukraine and immigrated to the USA with her parents as a child, and her husband and colleague Ashton Kutcher (44) have raised a lot of money for Ukraine. The Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyj (44) personally thanked her for her great commitment in a video chat at the weekend. Zelenskyy shared a photo of the three talkingon his Twitter account.

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He wrote: “Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis were among the first to respond to our pain. They have already raised $35 million […]to help Ukrainian refugees. We are grateful for their support. Impressed by her determination. You inspire the world.”

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GoFundMe campaign

The Hollywood power couple launched a GoFundMe campaign for refugee and humanitarian aid. So far they have been able to collect almost 35 million dollars (equivalent to around 32 million euros). As their own contribution, they contributed 3 million dollars (1.8 million euros).

Last week, the two had a video update on their campaign on his Instagram account posted and announced that they reached their fundraising goal:

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“We just wanted to say that we have achieved our goal. Over $30 million has been raised. Over 65,000 of you have donated. We are overwhelmed with gratitude for your support,” they said. Kunis continued, “While the problem is far from over, our combined efforts will allow many people to have a softer landing as they face an uncertain future.” And Kutcher added, “Our work is not done yet. We will make sure the love you all radiated through this campaign has the greatest impact on those in need.

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