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Celebrity couple Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have announced that they will match as much as $3 million in donations to a fundraiser for people fleeing Ukraine during Russia’s ongoing invasion of the country.

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According to People magazine and CNN, the 38-year-old “Black Swan” actress, who was born in Ukraine but has lived in the United States since 1991, and Kutcher, 44, took to social media Thursday to unveil their “Stand With Ukraine” GoFundMe campaign benefiting and

“While we are witnessing the bravery of Ukrainians, we are also bearing witness to the unimaginable burden of those who have chosen safety,” Kunis wrote on the GoFundMe page. “Countless amounts of people have left everything they know and love behind to seek refuge. With nothing but what they could carry, these Ukrainian refugees are in need of housing and supplies right away.”

Kunis wrote that “is organizing shipments of relief supplies to refugee sites in Poland, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia and Moldova,” while “is providing free, short-term housing to refugees fleeing Ukraine.”

By early Friday, the campaign had raised more than $3.1 million toward its $30 million goal, according to the GoFundMe page.

The news came just days after Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively pledged to match $1 million in donations benefiting Ukrainian refugees.

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