Lifeline hands over another £50k to the the club...
Notts County Lifeline has injected another significant sum of money into the club’s coffers.
First team manager Keith Curle was presented with a cheque for £50,000 on Saturday afternoon, ahead of the Magpies’ meeting with Walsall.,
Presented by Lifeline co-ordinator Lynn Lawson, the donation means that the scheme has now pumped £80,000 into the club during 2012, with more expected over the coming months.
2011’s total was a remarkable £110,000 – a new record – and it is hoped that the figure can be achieved again.
“We can’t thank supporters enough for their continued backing,” said Lynn.
“Membership has continued to rise throughout the summer and it’s allowing us to hit big numbers again this year.
“2011 was such a landmark year for Lifeline, with the 25-year anniversary, and it has been brilliant to see more and more fans continue to sign up and support our events.
“It says a lot about the supporters we have at this football club and it is always great to see people receive the cash prizes handed out every week.
“Signing up can not only make a big difference at the club but to members as well, especially at the annual events when we hand out prizes of up to £10,000.”
Lifeline costs just £2 a week to be part of and you can find out more information by clicking here.