Notts County Lifeline has made its first contribution to the club of 2014 with an impressive five-figure sum.
Lifeline has already distributed £35,000 in cash prizes to fans but their £2 a week membership fees have also helped to raise important funds for the club.
£25,000 has been pumped into the club’s coffers to help with a variety of running costs and has also helped to purchase new training ground equipment.
Lifeline co-ordinator Lynn Lawson (pictured with club ambassador Les Bradd and director Aileen Trew) has thanked the Black and White Army for their continued backing of the scheme, which continues to make a big difference at Meadow Lane.
Lynn told the official site: “It is always nice to make these donations to the club and extremely rewarding for our loyal members.
“Our members have made a big difference over the years and its pleasing for them to see that they are making an impact.
“We are looking forward to making more donations later this year and to changing the lives of our members every week.”
You can enter the prize draw for cash sums of up to £1,000, in addition to the annual £10,000, car and holiday giveaway, by signing up to Lifeline for only £2 a week.
To find out the full benefits, click here.