Specialty plates from ADOT help raise money for veterans
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Transportation is helping raise money by offering four specialty license plates with part of the proceeds going to the Arizona Department of Veterans Services.
All four plate styles — the vets plate, freedom plate, women vets plate and gold star family plates — cost $25 with $17 of each sale going to the Arizona Veterans Donation Fund.
4 specialty license plates raise money to help @AZVETS deliver services and programs to AZ veterans. Vets plate, Freedom plate, Women Vets plate and Gold Star Family plate. Last year, sales raised $2.3 M. Buy one at https://t.co/iCS0YK1QDs pic.twitter.com/gwlK6aTIA2
— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) November 8, 2018
In order to purchase the plates, drivers must submit proof that the person is a veteran or an immediate family member of a person who has already received a veterans license plate.
Last year, ADOT raised $2.3 million for ADVS.
Photos of the license plate styles can be found in the slideshow below.