For the first time, Nevada residents have the opportunity to purchase a life affirming specialty license plate that will help to fund important programs that assist pregnant women and families in our state.
The Nevada “Values Life” specialty license plate is available through the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. This is the last chance for Nevada to have a Pro-Life License Plate, if 3,000 are not sold by December 30, 2019. Interested participants must go to the DMV prior to this deadline!
Proceeds from the sale of the license plate will go to Women’s Resource Medical Centers of Southern Nevada (WRMCSN), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. WRMCSN applied to the state to create the specialty plate which was approved by the Commission on Special License Plates in October of 2015.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for Nevadans to publicly show their support for the sanctity of human life,” said Esther Caruso-Golleher, CEO of Women’s Resource Medical Centers of Southern Nevada.
Women’s Resource Medical Centers of Southern Nevada is the only organization in Nevada providing prenatal care free of charge for clients who are uninsured or underinsured.
Proceeds will fund many programs that offer the following services: pregnancy testing, client case work, counseling, ultrasound, prenatal care, educational classes, baby and maternal supplies, and post-abortion support groups.
Women’s Resource Medical Centers of Southern Nevada has provided pregnancy services to women for more than 30 years. The faith-based organization is committed to reducing the demand for abortion by supporting pregnant women and their families when they need it most.
The license plate was designed by Matt Philips of Vive Creative Solutions. To view the new license plate design, go to www.NevadaValuesLife.com. This website also provides information for clients who are in need of prenatal, counseling, or education services across the State of Nevada.
If your vehicle is currently registered in Nevada, you can receive the new “Values Life” plate by bringing your old license plates to a DMV full service office or county assessor office which offers vehicle registration services. If you choose to keep your existing registration expiration date no emission inspection is required. You will receive your new plates with a new registration slip and decal. A $6 substitute plate fee will apply in addition to the specialty plate fees.