Monday’s meeting with Yeovil Town will mark the club’s Lifeline Day at Meadow Lane.
Lifeline is a big supporter of the club, having donated over big cash sums each year since its formation in 1986, including a record £120,000 in 2012.
The scheme has sponsored the 1 April match (3pm kick-off) and will be presenting a £30,000 cheque to the club, marking the first donation of 2013.
Lifeline has 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.
The Notts County players, who have signed up to Lifeline, will be promoting the initiative by warming up in Lifeline shirts (pictured).
Make sure you become a member on the day and join over 2,000 supporters who already back the club for £2 a week and enter the draw for cash prizes of up to £10,000.
For more information about Lifeline, click here.