Hoosier state residents can show their school spirit with Notre Dame license plates.
You can order your plate online via the Notre Dame page on the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles site or by visiting your local BMV branch. Your plate will arrive in the mail within 10 days of placing the order. The fee will include both your $25 tax-deductible contribution to the Notre Dame Alumni Association and the $15 BMV administrative fee.
When you receive your plate renewal notice from the BMV, simply pay the amount listed on the notice. The total amount on the renewal form will include both your $25 tax-deductible contribution to the Notre Dame Alumni Association and the $15 BMV administrative fee. In addition to renewal by mail, you also can renew at your local license branch or online through the BMV Notre Dame page.
When you get a Notre Dame license plate, $25 of your $40 special plate fee helps support the programs of the Notre Dame Alumni Association. But we'll only know of your gift if you mark to allow the BMV to share your contact information with us (by checking the box under "Special Messages"). Once we are notified, we'll acknowledge your $25 gift with a thank you letter. (Please contact your tax advisor for more information about receiving a tax credit for your gift.)
For more information, please contact the Notre Dame Alumni Association at 574-631-6199 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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