Alyssa Milano is responding to "queries" she has received following her appeal for donations for her son's baseball team on social media.

Just one day after sharing a GoFundMe link to raise funds for her son Milo's baseball team travel expenses, Milano defended her request in a post on social media platform X.

"I'm receiving media inquiries regarding whether I've financially contributed to my son's baseball team," she wrote. "I've covered the costs for uniforms for the entire team and coaches, hosted birthday parties, and sponsored any child unable to afford monthly dues."

She also mentioned that the players on the team have been actively involved in their own fundraising endeavors, which she explained include car washes, movie nights, and various other activities.

"Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the GoFundMe!" she concluded her message. "Your support has eased the burden for these boys and their families."

Backlash ensued after the "Charmed" star posted on social media platform X, sharing a link to a GoFundMe aimed at raising $10,000 to assist her son's team in traveling to the renowned 12U tournament at Cooperstown Dreams Park.

"My son's baseball team is raising funds for their Cooperstown trip. Any contribution would be greatly appreciated," Milano wrote in the post.

The GoFundMe page seems to have been established in May 2023 by the actor under her married name, Alyssa Bugliari, with her husband, talent agent David Bugliari, listed as the beneficiary. As of the time of this publication, the GoFundMe has surpassed its $10,000 goal, raising $10,075.

Although Milano limited replies on her initial post, social media users expressed their reactions and criticized the actor for not covering the expenses herself.

"Why are you soliciting funds from people who are struggling when you're a millionaire?" one user questioned.

Another user tweeted, "Since when did #GoFundMe become a platform for millionaire celebrities to finance their kids' baseball trips?"

Despite facing significant criticism from her initial post, Milano also received messages of support.

"Thank you for providing these boys with the chance to play baseball," read one tweet. "As a former college baseball coach and athletic director, I admire individuals who dedicate so much of their time, resources, and skills for the sake of children. Everyone has something valuable to offer."