Breast Cancer Awareness License Plate

Breast Cancer Awareness License Plate

Michigan began issuing specialty license plates in 2001 to raise money for several state-supported causes. The Breast Cancer Awareness plate was introduced in 2014. Money raised by the sale of the plates helps support the Michigan Breast & Cervical Cancer Control Program administered by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. Since 1991, this program has provided low-income women access to life-saving cancer screening services and follow-up care, including cancer treatment if needed.

Fundraising plates can only be used on passenger cars, pickup trucks, vans, and motor homes. Motorcycles and trailers are not eligible for these plates.

Order your fundraising plate online. It's easy and convenient. Fundraising plates also can be ordered by mail or at a Secretary of State branch office. Your plate should arrive by mail within two-to-three weeks, but allow up to 30 days before contacting the department.

To purchase a plate by mail, complete and print the Breast Cancer Awareness License Plate Order Form.

Check personalized plate availability using CARS e-Services.