Notts County Lifeline is delighted to announce that a new record has been set for contributions to the club’s coffers.
A presentation for £5,000 was made ahead of the New Year's Day encounter with MK Dons, marking the final donation of 2012.
The figure is £10,000 more than 2011’s total, which was also a record at the time, and coincides with a continued rise in membership during the club’s 150th year.
Director Aileen Trew spoke of the importance of Lifeline to the club and thanked fans for their continued backing of the scheme.
She told the official site: "We are grateful to Lifeline for the support given to the club during our 150th year.
"Lifline is hitting new highs every year and that is down to the fans, who make the donations possible.
"We look forward to hearing more stories about how the cash prizes given out by the scheme make a difference to our supporters' lives in the New Year."
Lifeline co-ordinator Lynn Lawson was delighted with the new record and encouraged more fans to sign up in 2013.
She added: “We’d love to eventually donate £150,000 to the club each year and we’re edging closer and closer to that amount thanks to our loyal supporters.
“We’ve got members getting their friends and family to sign up and we are noticing the difference with each year that passes.
"We'd like to thank all of our members for their support in 2012."
Being a member of Lifeline costs just £2 a month, with prizes of up to £10,000 given away. For full details about signing up, click here.