Support the Epilepsy Foundation and raise awareness in your community with your minimum $50 donation. Your gift will directly support programs and services that improve the lives of people with epilepsy in our region.
Instructions for the application process:
- Submit your one-time online donation of $50 or more using the form below. The information provided (name, address) MUST match your vehicle registration information. Your donation is fully tax-deductible. Online donations are preferred. Please contact us if you would like to mail a check instead.
- Once we receive your donation, we will email you a certificate with a PIN to take to the Department of Motor Vehicle Office to obtain your plates. Please allow up to one week to receive your certificate.
- Take your PIN to your local Department of Motor Vehicle Office to purchase your Epilepsy Awareness license plates. Or, purchase your plates online at mydmv.colorado.gov. Here are step by step directions for renewing plates or for getting new plates. Please note: the DMV will assess a one-time $50 speciality plate fee in addition to the cost of registering the vehicle, plus any county-specific taxes.
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Epilepsy Awareness Plate FAQs
How do I get my plates?
Make a minimum $50 one-time donation to the Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado & Wyoming using the form on this page. Donations must be specific to the license plate program and may not be combined with other donations.
Each plate set requires a separate donation (per vehicle). Please note that the DMV will assess a $50 fee for specialty plates, plus any county-specific taxes.
How do I order my plates?
After registering, take the PIN we email to you (please allow up to one week to receive the PIN) to the Department of Motor Vehicle Office to purchase your license plates. You can also purchase plates online. Here are step by step directions for renewing plates or for getting new plates on the mydmv.colorado.gov website.
Will I be required to make a donation every year when I re-register my car?
No. The donation is a one-time requirement.
Can I get plates for my motorcycle?
Yes. The steps and the cost are the same.
Can I make my license plate donation at the Motor Vehicle Office?
No. All license plate donations must be made here first.
My vehicle registration does not expire for several months, do I have to wait to get my license plates?
No, you can take your PIN to your Colorado County Motor Vehicle office any time. The DMV will issue a credit for any unused months left on your registration.
What percentage of my license plate donation will go to the Foundation?
100% of license plate donations will directly benefit the Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado & Wyoming.
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