Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra, which won at this year's "Eurovision" Song Contest, sold their award for 900 thousand dollars at an auction.
The musicians decided to donate all the money they earned to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
"We are grateful to each of you who donated to this auction, and especially grateful to the Whitebit team, who bought the trophy for $900,000 and from now on become the rights holders of our trophy," the band's musicians said on social networks.
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