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For Children

Specialty plates centered on children’s causes:

  • are available to all Tennessee residents.
  • require a $61.50 annual fee, $35 of that fee is allocated in part to the plate’s beneficiary.
  • can be personalized between three and five characters.

Children First

Proceeds Benefit: Child abuse prevention by the Department of Children’s Services.


Choose Life

Proceeds Benefit: New Life Resources for counseling and financial assistance for pregnant women in Tennessee; the coordination of statewide awareness campaigns and a toll-free helpline; and reimbursement of social service providers who prepare adoptions for at-risk women and families.


Dolly Foundation

Proceeds Benefit: Childhood literacy through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.


East Tennessee Children’s Hospital

Proceeds Benefit: East Tennessee Children’s Hospital in Knoxville.


Erlanger Children's Hospital

Proceeds Benefit: Erlanger Health System to be used to support the construction of a new children’s hospital in the City of Chattanooga.


Helping Schools

Proceeds Benefit: The county’s general school fund for supplies, equipment and training for students and certified employees. 


LeBonheur Children’s Medical Center

Proceeds Benefit: LeBonheur Children’s Medical Center in Memphis.


Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt

Proceeds Benefit: Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.


Niswonger Children’s Hospital

Proceeds Benefit: The Mountain States Health Foundation to develop and expand the Children’s Hospital at Johnson City medical center.


St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Proceeds Benefit: A special fund used for research into the causes and treatment of cancer-related illnesses in children at hospitals in Tennessee with such treatment and research as their principal mission.


Youth Villages

Proceeds Benefit: Youth Villages’ Transitional Living Program in Tennessee.