On Thursday afternoon (March 2), the Starbulls Rosenheim and Mike Glemser's family started a fundraising campaign in favor of the ice hockey player who was seriously injured during an away game at SC Riessesee.
Less than 24 hours later, a huge amount of donations had already been collected.
It is a tragic fate that not only affects the ice hockey community in Rosenheim.
The terrible accident of the 25-year-old striker during the Starbulls Rosenheim
Oberliga game at
caused deep sadness and sympathy
throughout Germany .
On Thursday afternoon (March 2nd), the association started
a fundraising campaign on the gofundme.com platform
together with the parents
of the native of Stuttgart
and his partner Lara .
Several thousand euros were collected in the first few minutes, but the sum that appears on the donation page on Friday morning (March 3) is likely to have exceeded many expectations.
The first fundraising goal could already be cracked on Friday
in donations was the first goal of those responsible.
Well over 170,000 euros
been collected (as of March 3, 11 a.m.).
More than 4,400 people donated various amounts.
According to the platform, two patrons have already donated
a whopping 2,000 euros
Three donations of
1000 euros each
have already been received.
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However, one thing is clear: Even if the announced
donation target of 250,000 euros
is likely to be significantly exceeded as early as Friday, every cent is still urgently needed.
, father of the seriously injured ice hockey player,
explained at a press conference on Thursday morning in the
ROFA stadium ,
around 750,000 euros
would certainly be needed in the further course of therapy.
Cup action at the home game against EC Peiting
Donations are not only being collected online, there will also be various campaigns in favor of
Mike Glemser at the home game of the Starbulls Rosenheim on Friday evening against
(rosenheim24.de reports in the live ticker as usual)
The Green-White fan advisory board had already
announced a cup campaign
on Thursday .
In the game against the ECP, huge sacks are to be set up in the stadium into which the fans can throw their cups.
two euro deposit per cup
should also benefit the fundraiser afterwards.
Other clubs are also planning campaigns for Mike Glemser
But not only in the Rosenheim ice rink there will be corresponding actions at the weekend.
, who were promoted from the
ice hockey Oberliga Süd
last season and were one of the toughest competitors of the Starbulls for many years, have also already announced a cup campaign on social media.
The Domstädter Rot-Weiss fan club will therefore also collect cup deposits and monetary donations in the home game against the
on Friday evening .
The entire proceeds will be donated following the
called the campaign.