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Kim Kardashian-West Donates $1M For Armenia, Urges Followers to Help However They Can [Video]



  • Kim Kardashian-West, along with her other famous sisters, Khloe and Kourtney, informed their Instagram followers about the current situation in Armenia.
  • Kim herself donated $1 million to The Armenia Fund — a non-government organization that helps affected people in Armenia.
  • They also urged their fans to donate whatever amount because “no effort made is too small.”

Kim Kardashian-West recently donated $1 million to a non-government humanitarian organization — The Armenia Fund.

With the ongoing violent conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh — a piece of land located between Armenia (dominated by Christians) and Azerbaijan (dominated by Muslims) — the Armenian-descent reality TV star expressed her concern and desire to help.

“I want everyone to remember that despite the distance that separates us, we are not limited by borders and we are one global Armenian nation together,” Kim said in a post on Instagram.

Her sisters, Kourtney and Khloe, also shared the situation on Instagram and urged their followers to make a donation for The Armenia Fund, which will aid humanitarian efforts and provide medical care, food, and shelter for the affected people in Armenia.

Khloe also shared a video of herself in black and white, asking her followers to give whatever they can.

She expressed her worries about the conflict, especially its impact on the lives of young children, as she is a mother herself. She further emphasized that one doesn’t need to become a parent in order to empathize and feel compassion for the affected children amidst the aggressive situation.

Kourtney, on the other hand, asked her followers to donate even just $1. She also echoed her sisters in saying, “no effort made is too small,” and that “we are all a part of one global Armenian nation together.”

The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” stars have always been proud of their Armenian roots. Even Kim and her kids got baptized in one of the oldest churches in the world built in 303 AD in Armenia.

Source: Fox News