In announcing the fundraiser on GoFundMe, the cast announced that they will double the first 3 million raised. The milestone was reached within a day, in part due to a large donation of $2.5 million by tech investor Ron Conway.
“I came to America in 1991 and I’ve always considered myself a proud American,” Kunis, who was born in Ukraine, said in a video. I love this country and everything it has given me and my family. But I have never been more proud of being Ukrainian than I am now.” Kutcher continues, “We all witness the courage of the people in the country I was born in, but we all see what the people who chose for their safety need now.”
Great anonymous gifts
15,000 donations made so far include a few large donations. For example, two anonymous donations of at least 2.5 million were received. Kutcher’s acquaintances of tech investors including Yuri Milner (2 million), Jeff Ralston (500,000) and Gary Vaynerchuk (49,000) have also made deep pockets, as have star CEOs Scooter Brown (25,000), Guy Osiri (100,000) and the actor. Comedian Amy. 10000), as evidenced by GoFundMe Page†
Proceeds from the action will go to Flexport, an organization that assists refugees with aid and goods in Poland, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia and Moldova, and to Airbnb, which provides free temporary housing to refugees from Ukraine.