The club are encouraging fans to bring in Easter Eggs for children in the Queen's Medical Centre…
This year's Easter Egg appeal has begun with organiser Rob Bristol asking Notts fans to continue their amazing generosity.
Bristol, who has been organising the charity events since 2006, is hoping for an even bigger haul of gifts for the children this time round.
He told the Official Site: " I'm always amazed by the continued generosity that the Notts fans show at Christmas and Easter, in order to cheer the unfortunate children, suffering from, amongst others, cancer, cystic fibrosis and related conditions.
"This is something that also raises the profile of Notts County Football Club in the community, and I assure everybody who has supported these appeals, that both the club, and all at the QMC genuinely appreciate what you achieve."
The appeal is no different to others, with supporters asked to hand in any donations to the club shop at Meadow Lane.
The club and Bristol will then hand out gifts and chocolate at the children's ward of the QMC on Wednesday 1st April.
Thanks to everyone for their continued support.