History of the California Pink Ribbon License Plate

The California Pink Ribbon License Plate was started by a group of Breast Cancer Survivors in Northern California that wanted to make a difference. Each survivor had a different journey but they all had the same goal; to provide education and support for Breast Cancer Awareness.

Pictured above are the Survivor Sisters from Contra Costa County who originally came up with the idea for a California Pink Ribbon License Plate.
(From left to right: Heather Solari, Chere Rush, Deborah Bordeau, Heather McCullough)

The State of California is fortunate to have many non-profit organizations that work tirelessly to promote and educate the public and raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness. But we can do more.

This group of courageous women, each with gripping stories about their struggle with this terrible disease, had a great idea - a Pink Ribbon License Plate. We cannot think of a better way to proudly display our support for women battling breast cancer and to remind all of us that early detection saves lives.