Maidstone fans have donated more than £4,000 towards the cost of a new stand in just four days.
The club launched a fundraising appeal at the Gallagher Stadium on Thursday night when supporters were shown pictures and a video of the proposed 1,750-capacity Springfield End terrace.
United set fans a target of £50,000 and by the close of play on Monday the Stand up for the Stones appeal had made £4,200.
Chief executive Bill Williams said: "Thank you to everyone who's pledged so far and those who have indicated they will.
"Let's see if we can hit this £50,000 target in the coming months and get the terracing named The Fans' Stand."
The new stand is expected to cost £600,000 and will take capacity at the Gallagher past 4,000.
Fans who pledge £5 or more will receive a campaign pin badge, supporters donating £20 get the chance to be part of a photo montage, while £50 contributions will be recognised on an honours board.
Stones ambassador and former keeper Les Apps has donated £50 and has urged the town to back the campaign.
He said: "I hope all my friends, businessmen and supporters will also donate a little money.
"Let's go for it and help Maidstone, so we can say our supporters are the best ever."
Donations can be made via the club website, by calling the office on 01622 753817 or through PayPal or standing orders at banks or building societies.