Get a License Plate!

VBCF’s Pink Ribbon License Plate is now available for purchase at your local DMV!

Visit your local DMV or log on to www.dmv.state.va.us to order your plate today!

When we began the 2 year process to get our pink ribbon license plate back in February of 2000, we had no idea that it would become a large source of revenue for VBCF.   Our goal was to simply raise awareness of breast cancer and VBCF.

There are more than 9,000 pink ribbon license plates on the roads today.  Since 2002, the license plates have raised over $1,000,000 for VBCF.

We are thankful to each and every person that has purchased our plate over the years.  Your dollars are helping us continue to fight for the eradication of breast cancer.

Frequently Asked Questions

1.  How much does the plate cost? There is a plate fee of $25.00 because the plate is revenue sharing.  This fee is charged annually and is in addition to the yearly registration fee owed to DMV.

2.  Can my plate be personalized?  Yes.  Personalization is available for an additional $10.00 (pay $35.00 total).  The pink ribbon plate can have a maxium of 6 characters.

3.  Are the pink ribbon plates available with the handicapped logo?  Yes, this service is available.  It may limit the number of characters available for personalized plates.  For more information call the DMV Customer Service Center at 804-367-0538.

4.  Will VBCF receive any money from the sale of these plates?  Yes, VBCF will receive $15.00 for each plate purchased or renewed. Your donation may be tax deductible. Please visit http://www.dmv.virginia.gov/exec/vehicle/splates/faq.asp for more details.

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