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Plates may be ordered through Online Services or by mail, using the designated application.
Replacement license plates may be ordered online or while completing a tab renewal at a self-service station.
Fundraising plates cost $35. Registration and plate personalization fees apply. $25 is provided to the designated special cause fund for every plate sold.
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Highlighting a red barn, silo, and rolling green fields crowned with the sun, the Agricultural Heritage Plate supports agricultural education programs for grades K-12.
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.
The plate’s brightly colored logo portrays the Upper and Lower peninsulas as green imprints of a child’s hands. The hands are framed against a background of blue water and a yellow sun that are stylized as if a child had drawn them. The Children’s Trust Fund name appears at the bottom in green, red, and blue lettering.
A portion of the proceeds will support the Detroit Lions Foundation. This organization supports transformational efforts in underserved communities, working to create long-lasting impact through meaningful partnerships with local non-profits. They work to raise awareness and funding for these organizations, prioritizing critical needs in the community, with an emphasis on youth development, access and opportunity, and social justice initiatives in Detroit.
A portion of the proceeds will support the Detroit Pistons Foundation, which administers funds for charitable causes in the Metro Detroit region. Your contribution will help promote the foundation’s community and social responsibility mission through education, health and fitness, mentoring, and equality.
A portion of the proceeds will support the Detroit Red Wings Foundation. As part of the Hockeytown Cares community impact platform, the foundation invests in the future of our community by providing funds and resources to worthy causes that contribute to the growth of the sport of hockey. Annual initiatives introduce children and adults to the sport of hockey, the importance of education, and the benefits of living a healthy, active lifestyle.
A portion of the proceeds will support the Detroit Tigers Foundation, the official charity of the Detroit Tigers baseball club. The foundation helps enrich lives through the game of baseball with a focus on youth, education, and recreation.
About 3,000 Michigan residents are waiting for an organ transplant to save their lives. The Donate Life plate helps promote the critical need for organ, tissue, and eye donors. 
Ducks Unlimited was formed in 1937 during the Dust Bowl when North America’s drought-plagued waterfowl populations were severely decimated. A small group of sportsmen joined together to form an organization that became known as Ducks Unlimited with the mission to conserve and promote waterfowl habitat.
Michigan lighthouses have been protecting ships from treacherous waters since the establishment of Michigan’s first lighthouse, the Fort Gratiot Light, in 1825. More than 240 lighthouses once guarded Michigan’s shores; today only about 124 of these iconic beacons remain. A portion of the proceeds will support the work and revenue to ensure that Michigan’s lighthouses have a bright future.
The Olympic Education Center License Plate supports the U.S. Olympic Education Center at Northern Michigan University. The Olympic plate features the Olympic rings in bright primary colors with “USA” in brilliant red. The bottom center features the motto “Go Team USA.”
The red, white, and blue license plate featuring an American flag flying over a dark blue silhouette of Michigan, boldly displaying the phrase “Proud To Be American”, benefits the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army.
Funds from the sales and renewals of this plate will be distributed by the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency to support outreach activities that benefit Michigan veterans and their families, including tuition support for Michigan National Guard members or children of the veterans’ tuition grant program, and funding for county and local veterans’ organizations.
Featuring a pair of silver dog tags as a reminder of the men and women who have served their country, the Veterans Memorial Plate supports the Vietnam Veterans Memorial monument in Lansing.
A red sailboat cuts through Michigan’s deep blue waters under a cheery orange sun, bringing the message of the importance of protecting the state’s water, our most valuable resource.
Celebrating the recovery of the Kirtland’s warbler, this wildlife habitat plate highlights the need to protect Michigan’s non-game wildlife and habitat.
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