Notts County Lifeline has again contributed another six-figure sum to the club after another positive year for the popular scheme.
Lifeline made a series of donations throughout 2013, which have now reached an impressive £105,000.
The achievement would not have been possible without the 2,000 members’ continued support throughout the calendar year.
Chief executive Jim Rodwell said: “Lifeline is a massive part of this football club and the donations make a big difference.
“On behalf of the club, I would like to express our appreciation to everyone that is part of Lifeline for their continued support in 2013.”
Lifeline co-coordinator Lynn Lawson added: “To break £100,000 again is a big achievement for our membership.
“We are pleased to have helped the club financially and to have changed the lives of numerous supporters with some of the prizes we have given away this year.
“We hope to see more success in 2014 and we hope more of our fans will join us in making a difference at this great club.”
Look out for the weekly winners and more prize draws here on the official site.
To find out about how to join Lifeline, click here.