Notts County Lifeline handed over an impressive £30,000 to the club on the annual Lifeline Day at Meadow Lane.
Lifeline pumped a record £120,000 into the Magpies’ coffers in 2012 and the first donation of 2012 will hopefully go towards another record figure.
Lifeline co-coordinator Lynn Lawson has thanked fans for their continued support of the scheme, which continues to boast over 2,000 members.
She told the official site: “We couldn’t make these donations to the club without our supporters’ backing.
“We’ve had more new members sign up this year and we continue to close in on the long-term aim of our maximum 2,500 members.
“Events like the Lifeline Day allow us to give a bit back and it’s a great feeling to see the impact that the cash prizes handed out each week make to our fans’ lives.”
As part of Lifeline Day, the 1 April match against Yeovil was sponsored by the initiative.
Lifeline also arranged for three mascots, two from the Hucknall Autism Group and one from the Beeston Squadron of the Air Training Corps, to join the first team squad on the day, as well as five randomly selected members and a guest to enjoy corporate hospitality.
Make sure you become a member for only £2 a week and enter the draw for cash prizes of up to £10,000.
To find out more about signing up, click here.