Imps supporters are able to join the Fans Player Scheme (FPS) for just £10 with all funds raised going towards the football club.
The FPS was established in 2012 with the vision to reconnect the fans with the club after relegation from the EFL. Funds were then raised for the club through the help of the fans. It has evolved and grown over the years raising over £120,000 since its launch.
The FPS also connects the fans to local businesses with many of those businesses being owned by Lincoln City supporters.
Andy Helgesen who runs the FPS said: "In these uncertain times I feel we need to back the club and join the FPS to raise funds for the club, 1,000 members would mean a £10,000 cash boost to the club.
"We have reached out into the local community, had food bank collection points at Costa for the Sincil Foodbank throughout the season too. The FPS has been running for many years now and has helped raise the club significant amounts of money whilst also rewarding supporters by offering monthly prizes for its members.
"Our aim for the future is to grow the FPS even further and attract more businesses with even better prizes enabling us to raise the profile of the club. Thank you for all of your support towards the scheme over the years."