Neal Ardley was one of this week’s Lifeline winners – and he’s donated his prize to a very worthy cause.
Lifeline offers fans and staff the chance to win weekly and annual prizes while supporting the club with £2 a week.
And the boss, who alongside assistant manager Neil Cox and our board of directors has been a member for several months now, was picked out as the winner of £100 in the latest draw!
He has very kindly decided to donate his winnings to NHS charities in recognition of the monumental effort of those battling on the frontline against Covid-19.
“As a club we have quite rightly been throwing our support behind the NHS during this unprecedented time,” said Ardley.
“Now more than ever our healthcare system needs all the support it can get and I speak on behalf of everyone at Notts in saying a huge thank you to everyone who has put themselves at risk to keep us safe.
“We’re really looking forward to the day we can welcome fans back to Meadow Lane, when we’ll be offering free admission to NHS staff so we, as a whole club, can express our gratitude in person.”
Following an incredible surge in support during the pandemic, Lifeline has reached its full capacity of 2,500 members. Click here to join the waiting list.
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Lifeline was first set up in 1986 to raise funds for the club during a periolous financial time.
And this summer hundreds of fans answered our CEO Jason Turner's call to sign up as a show of support during the coronavirus pandemic.
The response has been incredible and we are now having to take the unprecedented action of adding prospective new members to a waiting list, which you can join by clicking here.
Our Lifeline coordinator, Lynn Lawson, said: "Due to the terms of Lifeline's original constitution, we are unable to register more than 2,500 members.
"We've never been in this position before and we'd like to say a huge thank you to everyone who's helped Lifeline thrive more than ever."
Click here to learn more about Lifeline.