States across the country have come out with specialty plates benefiting children’s funds, programs, and causes.
These states have all had a at least two versions of a kid plate.
Kentucky has an array of kid-themed specialties.
These “Kids First” license plates are only about 800 numbers apart and expired at almost the exact same time.
Updated versions of the plate: on the left, the same design but flat; on the right, a modified design.
The Kansas Children’s Trust Fund plate is relatively rare; I was lucky to obtain #999, and then at a later date find #962 at a local meet.
Virginia’s “Kids First” plate bears a striking resemblance to that of Indiana. This one came out four years later. Promotions for home schooling and childhood diabetes prevention also are offered to Virginia motorists.
The Alabama plates below all honor different purposes (including three incarnations of “Helping Schools.”
California’s kid plate doesn’t have a child on it at all; rather it depicts a field of Golden Poppies, the California state flower. Motorists can pick between a handprint, + sign, heart, or star.
Garfield loves education, too.
Indiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee have issued specialty plates for children’s hospitals.