Choose Life Plate Announcement : WE’RE ALMOST THERE!

Editor's Note: This is from Carolina Pregnancy Care Fellowship's State Director  Bobbie Meyer and slightly edited to fit the blog form. chooselifeplates-2016 As you may have heard, even though there was a big splash with the announcement that the 4th District Federal Court had reversed its decision about the legality of the NC Choose Life license plate, yet there have been more steps required before manufacturing could begin. The license plate will come . . . just not this month. Take a look at the new design in the attachment above! Individuals' next step- Fill out an updated application (linked) and return it to CPCF. Here are Carolina Pregnancy Care Fellowship’s next steps: 1.  Since 2011 the DOT has changed its design specifications on new plates.  We needed to back up and redesign the plate.   DONE! 2.  Each of the original applicants are required to submit a new application to CPCF with current information. Each one will each be contacted and offered that opportunity. 3.  As soon as we have 300 initial applications   and submit them to the state, they will begin manufacturing. 4.  A great deal of publicity through email and publications will potentially bring a flurry of hundreds more applications.  Please give a copy of the application to all your family and friends! Very soon the application will also be available on the website, CPCF will continue to process that batch.  Later Choose Life plates can be ordered through local offices of the DMV. WHAT DOES THE CHOOSE LIFE LICENSE PLATE MEAN FOR NC PREGNANCY CENTERS? ·        For every license plate sold, $15 of the special fee of $25 goes to support the life-saving work of the pregnancy centers in our local communities. ·        Carolina Pregnancy Care Fellowship ( is acting as a conduit through which the funds are processed, not the final destination as some news articles have stated incorrectly.  The license plate will be a great help to pregnancy centers! ·        Over 65 pregnancy centers are spread across North Carolina, serving over 20,000 women every year. Their life-saving efforts provide the supportive help to assist women (and often men) to make healthy choices for themselves and choose LIFE for their unborn babies. ·        An application process for centers will insure that only established pro- life pregnancy centers will receive funds. Funds will be evenly distributed among those pregnancy centers that apply. for further information contact: Bobbie Meyer State Director Carolina Pregnancy Care Fellowship PO Box 38888 Charlotte NC 28278