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Time to renew your license plate?

Download this form to get your exclusive Braden’s Hope License Plate.

License Plate Form Download

 *Be sure to read through the Common Questions below for helpful information about the renewal process.

Common Questions

Questions about getting your license plate? Click on a headline below to see the what you need.

The Braden’s Hope license plate will be available beginning January 1, 2022.

While the license plate is available January 1, 2022, the State of Kansas requests you wait until your renewal date.

In addition to your normal vehicle registration cost, you will be charged a $55.50 fee for the Braden’s Hope plate. $50 of this fee goes to Braden’s Hope, while the $5.50 represents a one-time reflectorized plate fee of $0.50 and a $5.00 county service fee.

This is an annual fee, which benefits Braden’s Hope. There may be additional county and state fees if this is a new title.

Fill out a Distinctive License Plate authorization form. Each treasurer’s office or DMV should have the form, but there is also a form linked above. It may be easiest to print and fill-out ahead of time.

Important and helpful tips to note when filling out the authorization form:

  • You DO NOT need an authorizing signature from Braden’s Hope. That portion of the form will be completed by the county treasurer. Prior authorization has been given by Braden’s Hope.
  • At the bottom of the form under the FOUNDATION OR ASSOCIATION & NAME OF DISTINCTIVE LICENSE PLATE; Please write ‘Braden’s Hope For Childhood Cancer’. 

Unfortunately, no.

You must go to the DMV or county treasurer’s office to apply for your Braden’s Hope license plate. Fill out the pdf form above and take it with you.

*Even if you renew your registration online, you will have to go to the county treasurer’s office in person to request the Braden’s Hope plate. Your plate will be mailed to you within 30 days.

If you live in Johnson County or Sedgwick County, you will go to the DMV for renewal. If you live in any other county in Kansas, you will go to the Treasurer’s office.

If you live in Johnson County or Sedgwick County, you may easily reserve your spot through the links below. (Please note: Johnson County is not accepting walk-in’s due to limited staff). Using the links below will save you a lot of waiting time.

Give the treasurer’s office the contact information for Sarah Bayless, Vehicle Services Supervisor at the Kansas Department of Revenue.

Phone: 785.296.2228
Email: sarah.bayless@ks.gov

Each county and location is different and these requirements are rapidly changing with the ever-evolving pandemic. Call ahead to be certain of masking requirements.

*In Johnson County, all staff is masked and behind windows. Customers are not required to be masked at this time. Waiting rooms are open for seating.

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Braden's Hope is a Nonprofit Charity organization founded in 2010 out of the necessity to raise awareness & funding for childhood cancer.

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Braden’s Hope For Childhood Cancer
15954 MurLen #124
Olathe, KS 66062

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Deliece Hofen, President
deliecehofen@bradenshope.org

Kim Stanley, Vice President & Director of Development
kimstanley@bradenshope.org

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