License Plate Redesign Contest to Celebrate OPDV's 30th Anniversary
The New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence (OPDV) is partnering with Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to celebrate 30 years of responding to domestic violence in New York State by redesigning their custom license plate to end domestic violence.
OPDV is asking the public to weigh in and vote on one of three new license plate designs that reflect New York State's dedication to making domestic and sexual violence services more survivor-centered, trauma-Informed, and culturally responsive. The winning license plate will be announced and made available in October 2022 in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Once released, this license plate design will be available to order through the DMV website for an annual fee of $25, which will support OPDV's policy, programming, and public awareness efforts.
These designs reflect the strength and resilience of survivors and the commitment New York State makes to support them. OPDV hopes the license plate chosen will raise awareness of the issue of domestic violence and serve as a platform for individuals to show solidarity with survivors.
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