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Community organizations

If you are a member of a qualified non-profit community organization in New Jersey, you can commemorate your groups' civic contributions and achievements with special organizational plates.


To purchase organizational plates

  • Plate fees vary by plate type
  • Contact the license plate coordinator for your qualified non-profit community organization
  • To find your coordinator’s contact information, call the MVC at (609) 292-6500, extension 5061
  • Once approved by the coordinator, plates are available from:
    NJ Motor Vehicle Commission
    Special Plate Unit
    PO Box 015
    225 East State Street
    Trenton, NJ 08666-0015
  • Personalized plates are also available for certain qualified organizations subject to approval by your coordinator

Plate Type Assigned Series Bottom Rim
Children First Foundation CF1000-CF9999 Choose Life
Firemen's Mutual Benefit Association FF1000-FF9999 State F.M.B.A.
Fraternal Order of Police FP1000-FP9999 State F.O.P.
Int. Brotherhood of Teamsters IB1000-IB9999 Teamsters
International Firefighters IF1000-IF9999 Firefighter Int'l
Kiwanis International KI1000-KI9999 Kiwanis International
Knights of Columbus KC1000-KC9999 Columbianism
Masons MB1000-MB9999 Freemason
Police Benevolent Association PB1000-PB9999 State P.B.A.
Professional Engineers PE1000-PE9999 Engineer
Rotary International RI1000-RI9999 Rotarian
Square Dancers SD1000-SD9999 Square Dancer
Telephone Pioneers PA1000-PA9999 Tele. Pioneer
Newark Firefighters FD1000-FD9999 Newark F/F
Police Dept-Honor Legion PD1000-PD9999 Honor Legion

National Police Defense Foundation

PF1000-PF9999 NPDF Safe Cop
Operating Engineers OE1000-OE9999 Operating Engineers
United Bowhunters of NJ UB1000-UB9999 United Bowhunters