Notts County Lifeline’s donations help the club to develop off the pitch and the scheme has made a significant impact in the media department at Meadow Lane.
Lifeline donations have allowed the club to invest in a new digital video camera, which will allow improvements to the online and matchday media services.
Head of media Jamie Dixon said: “Moving to a digital camera will cut hours from our workload meaning we will be able to invest more time in creating engaging digital content for supporters.
“We’ve got a lot of plans for our video subscribers in the new season, which would not be possible without Lifeline’s input.
“As employees, we see the difference made by Lifeline around the club and we are delighted to have been given the opportunity to progress in this area.”
Lifeline co-ordinator Lynn Lawson said: “The money invested into the club does not just get lost – it really does make a difference.
“This is just what Lifeline is about – not just supporting the club but improving it as well.
“Membership fees really do make an impact at all levels of the club and it is why we’d love to keep expanding during the summer.”
Lifeline recently invested in new training ground equipment for the first team squad and will continue to support the club throughout the summer months.
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