Nicole Kidman has donated $250,000 to Haiti.
The actress was one of five Hollywood stars to promise the earthquake-stricken Caribbean island $50,000-a-year over the next five years to help the people of Haiti rebuild their lives.
Nicole's 'Nine' co-star Penelope Cruz and her partner Javier Bardem - who are believed to be engaged - have committed to hand over the same large sum each.
The 'Bounty Hunter' hunk Gerard Butler, 'James Bond' star Daniel Craig and 'Milk' actor Sean Penn matched the monetary donation and have also pledged $250,000 of their earnings to the Artists for Peace and Justice's Haiti relief fund.
The donations were made during a fund-raising bash held by filmmaker Paul Haggis - who also founded the charity.
Paul - who worked on 'Terminator Salvation', 'Quantum of Solace' and 'Casino Royale' - has pledged to spend every penny donated on emergency relief and on the purchase of much-needed medical supplies.
Since Haiti suffered two devastating earthquakes earlier this month, many of the world's biggest stars have rallied around to help raise funds.
Last week, Madonna, Beyonce Knowles and Tom Cruise joined George Clooney and other celebrities for a TV telethon appeal.