Colorado. (KRDO) – Today, Colorado released backgrounds for his three previously obsolete license plates. Proceeds from these sales benefit the Colorado Disability Fund Commission, which provides grants to support disability claims and innovative programs that improve the quality of life and independence of Colorados. hindrance.
These license plates can be purchased for use at county motor vehicle offices statewide or online for an annual fee of $25.
“Since 2020, the Colorado Disability Funding Committee has raised over $200,000 from the sale of license plate configuration rights, with the proceeds directly benefiting programs that help Colorados with disabilities. We look forward to seeing our unique plaques on the streets and knowing that they support programs and services that improve the quality of life of the disabled community.” Lieutenant Governor Diane Primavera said:
The three backgrounds released, based on 1914, 1915 Visitor and 1945 Colorado license plates, each feature the word COLORADO in white letters on solid blue, red, and black backgrounds .
The Colorado Disability Fund Commission is made up of 13 members appointed by the governor, and at least seven members identify as living with a disability or work with a person with a disability. Must have direct experience working.
Members receive disability application assistance for programs such as Social Security Disability Insurance and Medicaid Long Term Assistance Services, as well as grants used to support new and innovative programs that improve the quality of life and independence of Coloradans with disabilities. overseeing the distribution.