Sports Fund Raising for Life Alert System
Sports is increasingly growing day by day globally. Many people are engaging in sporting activities for various purposes. Some undertake sports for physical exercises to keep them fit, some for enjoyment and others pursue it as a career choice in their lives. Most of those who have decided to major in sports as part of their career have ended up gaining a lot in terms of money and fame. Some have won big fortunes after realising their dreams in various competitions worldwide. Upcoming diseases related to lack of exercises have also been addressed whereby a lot of people who set some of their time for sporting activities have been diagnosed to be a minor target of these diseases.
On the other hand, there are millions of people worldwide who enjoy visiting stadiums and arenas to watch and support their team’s. Basing on these statistics, sports is becoming more of fun and entertainment to most individuals. Arenas and stadiums usually register large turn-ups of fans. However, for sports to be enjoyed to the fullest, then the safety of both players and supporters must be provided. This is so since most of the people end up developing heart-related diseases if their teams fail to get results. Some even engage in gambling activities with an aim of winning. It should be noted that both the sick and the healthy usually attend to these sporting activities.
More so, both developed countries and third world countries participate in similar competitions against each other. Despite the fact that most developed countries have more established safety measures for both the players and fans, they have not reached the level of providing the life alert systems. This may be attributed to the fact that the life alert system awareness has not been covered to the expected levels. Third world countries are also unable to incorporate such systems into their sports organizations because of insufficient funds.
It is, therefore, the role of all the football organizing bodies across the world including sponsors to organize for fundraising activities to enable the acquisition of life alert systems. Life alert systems will enable the safety of both players and those attending to see cheer up their teams.
Other benefits of the life alert systems include;
• Keeping track of the health status of sick people attending sports competition.
• Monitoring and ensuring the users are not in danger.
• Notifying the monitoring of center about any impending danger players could be facing.
• Daily health tips to the players and all users at large.
Fundraising should be organized both at international and the national levels in a most suitable manner. Regulations should be set concerning the contributions and the life alert system supplier tenders should be rational and be given to the best body in the provision of life alert systems provisions. Providers should also produce more portable life alert systems so that