Members of Lifeline have helped the scheme donate more than £130,000 to important club projects this year.
For only £2 a week, supporters can win regular cash prizes while enjoying a host of other benefits.
What’s more, all monies raised are funnelled back into the club or kept safe for times of need.
This summer, the Lifeline committee ratified a donation of £25,000 to contribute to the unpaid salaries of staff amid uncertainty over the club’s future.
And, more recently, it was announced that Lifeline is to fund the installation of one of two new scoreboards at Meadow Lane.
Our CEO, Jason Turner, said: “At the end of another very successful year for Lifeline I would like to say a huge thank you to all members for their loyal support of a scheme which has been so important to Notts County for more than 30 years.
“The revenue Lifeline generates helps us meet the costs of initiatives which improve supporters’ experiences, as well as vital projects such as boiler repairs, vehicle purchases, investment in our IT infrastructure and the upkeep of our playing and training pitches.
“Since the decision was taken to revert to the original prize structure earlier this year we have seen membership numbers swell to more than 2,200, with our owners and manager among those who have signed up in recent months.
"This time next year it would be wonderful if we could reach the magical 2,500 mark, where this membership is capped.
“Many congratulations to our Lifeline Coordinator Lynn Lawson and her colleagues on the committee for another year’s outstanding work.”
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