The new charity plates will raise money for a college scholarship program for public high school students in Connecticut that will be run by the Red Sox Foundation.
The charity license plates start at $115. Of that total, $65 will cover DMV production costs, and the other $50 will help fund the Red Sox Foundation’s Connecticut Scholarship program. A total of 400 applications must be received before the DMV can begin production of the new plates. Connecticut drivers interested in a Red Sox license plate can visit redsoxfoundation.org to complete the application form.
I’ve asked who get #1 but I haven’t heard yet.
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