- 1 Mordechai Boaziz explains how these celebrity humanitarians have helped raise funds for Ukrainian refugees
- 2 Gigi Hadid
- 3 Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher
- 4 Leonardo DiCaprio
- 5 The Weeknd
- 6 David and Victoria Beckham
- 7 Kit Harington
- 8 Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds
- 9 Bethenny Frankel
Musicians, actors, models, and reality stars are using their platforms to show support for Ukraine. With Russia’s invasion of Crimea on February 24th, many celebrities have started posting photos showing how much they care about what is happening there by wearing yellow and blue accessories as well as other symbols which represent hope in times like these!
Mordechai Boaziz details how these celebrity humanitarians are rising up to support those who are being violently displaced from their homes. With donations coming in by the thousands, this is already an issue that is gaining momentum quickly!
The United Nations has expressed concern for the 3 million refugees who have fled their homes due to the violent attacks. The organization needs help with basic necessities like food and water, as well as shelter in order to provide them with an adequate standard of living during this difficult time.
Mordechai Boaziz explains how these celebrity humanitarians have helped raise funds for Ukrainian refugees
Here is a short list of celebrities who have donated money in order to help people affected by the crisis in Ukraine.
Supermodel Gigi Hadid has announced that she will be donating all of her Fall 2022 Fashion Week earnings to support humanitarian relief efforts for people impacted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as well as funds going towards those who have been negatively impacted in Israel due to its conflict with Hamas. Hadid has previously shown immense support for the Palestinian people during the Israel-Hamas conflicts over the past few years.
“Having a set Fashion Month schedule has meant that my colleagues and I often present new fashion collections during heartbreaking times in history,” said Gigi Hadid.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher
Mordechai Boaziz continues the celebrity humanitarians list with the couple, who started a GoFundMe campaign for Ukraine with a $3 million donation on March 4 and has since raised over 18 million. In their video where Kunis shared her pride in heritage and Kutcher talked about how they will be using the funds to help those affected by this tragedy that happened near them or know someone there?
“We want to show our support for the people of this country and their brave efforts,” said actor Ashton Kutcher in a video message. “As they work hard, we must remember that relief efforts need funds now more than ever before – especially since it’s an election year!”
“The funds raised through this campaign will provide housing for Ukrainian refugees in partnership with Flexport, which is shipping supplies.”, Mordechai Boaziz explains.
In a move that will surely make grandparents everywhere proud, Leonardo DiCaprio donated $10 million to the International Visegrad Fund in support of Ukraine. The actor’s grandmother was born within Odesa and left for Germany during World War I; this means he has personal ties with not only climate change but also democracy-building abroad!
For over two decades, Leonardo DiCaprio has been using his celebrity status to bring attention to causes that he cares about. He has spoken out about the need to take action on climate change and has supported various environmental organizations. In 2016, he made a documentary about climate change called Before the Flood. He has also used his platform to raise awareness about the global refugee crisis. In 2017, he visited the Greek island of Lesbos, where he met with refugees and helped to draw attention to their plight. DiCaprio is one of many celebrities who are using their influence to make the world a better place. Thanks to people like him, more and more people are becoming aware of the pressing issues that we face as a global community.
Celebrity humanitarians have deeply impacted the crisis by donating and raising awareness.
The Weeknd, a singer-songwriter and Global Citizen artist has committed $1 million to the World Food Programme in order to support their efforts against hunger around the world. In addition, they will receive an initial donation of 500 thousand dollars as well as matching up other donations from his upcoming tour with funds used for Ukrainian refugees or people who are suffering humanitarian crises anywhere else on Earth!
David and Victoria Beckham
The power couple joins our celebrity humanitarians list; they have donated £1 million to support aid for Ukraine through UNICEF, where he is an ambassador. On March 20th the soccer star handed over his Instagram account in order that Iryna might use it as a tool of good against violence throughout Kharkiv Regional Perinatal Centre – which she did by posting videos daylong! The amazonian couple encouraged followers on social media sites like Facebook or Twitter to join them when giving money so these donations could go towards saving lives there; highlighting just how amazing work they’re doing with all those healthcare professionals trying their best under difficult circumstances…
With the hospitals being targeted by Russian bombs, Iryna shared footage of newborns being treated in basements to stay clear of explosions. She said her staff is working around the clock and has helped many patients so far with their injuries from these attacks on medical facilities throughout #Russia.
“Kit Harington is a celebrity now, but he donates his time and money to help people in need,” added Mordechai Boaziz. The Game of Thrones star joined other celebrities like Adrian Lester (The Office), Simon Pegg (Star Wars), and Hugh Bonneville on videos ads for $120 Million dollars that will go towards the Disasters Emergency Committee – an organization made up of 15 leading humanitarian nonprofits UK-based there too!
Refugees have expressed gratitude for celebrity humanitarian relief.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds
The beautiful and heart-warming story of Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds matching up to $1 million in donations for the United Nations Refugee Agency has touched many lives and made them part of the main celebrity humanitarians the media is focusing on. The conflict between Ukraine and Russia Has caused 2 million people to flee their homes which resulted in over 50,000 civilians being killed or missing while others were internally displaced within its borders since September 2014 when fighting broke out following political demonstrations that shortly turned violent; this callous act restores hope on what could have been an otherwise bleak situation without aid efforts such as those supported by HRville – we thank you!
The Real Housewives of New York City star, PluginBox founder, and tireless charity worker Bethenny Frankel has started a non-profit to help Ukrainian refugees in Europe. The BStrong Organization raised $4 million dollars for this cause as well! In addition, the organization already pledged 10 Million US$ last year before launching their campaign – now they need your support even more than ever because it is not only about providing material assistance but also emotional care by helping these families feel safe again after so much pain & suffering caused due lack human dignity everywhere around us nowadays
Frankel expressed her gratitude for the support they’ve received. “These $50 donations are important because sometimes a person needs just one train ticket to get where they’re going,” she said, echoing the organization’s motto ‘One Step Beyond.’
The small amount of money that has come in means everything – it lets them help more people reach their destination safely and quickly with our resources!
“The Ukrainian refugee crisis is worsening by the day. While many celebrity humanitarians have taken to social media to raise awareness for the cause, others are taking a more hands-on approach and traveling to Ukraine to help refugees firsthand,” stated Mordechai Boaziz. If you’re looking for ways to help, there are plenty of options available. You can donate money or supplies, or even travel to Ukraine yourself to offer your assistance. No matter what you do, every little bit helps. What will you do to support the Ukrainian people during this time of need?