Breast Cancer License Tag


Did you know that $22 of the fee for every breast cancer license tag sold or renewed goes to help women in need?


Yes, for each breast cancer license tag purchase or renewal from the Georgia Department of Revenue, $22 of your fee supports grants for organizations that provide screenings, education and treatment for Georgians, including those without insurance that are also below the poverty level.


Georgia CORE administers the Georgia Breast Cancer License Tag (BCLT) Program on behalf of the Georgia State Office of Rural Health. Georgia CORE awarded over $2.9 million in BCLT grants from 2014-2016 to 26 community organizations from the sale and renewal of breast cancer license tags. Located across the state, these organizations use the funds to expand breast cancer education, screening, access, outreach and treatment to indigent women in Georgia. 


The more breast cancer license tags sold and renewed in Georgia, the more services and education provided to those Georgians that may not otherwise have that access. Please find out how you can purchase a breast cancer license tag by visiting your county tag office. To find the location of your tag office, please visit the Georgia Department of Revenue web site.


Proceeds from the Breast Cancer Stamp, found on our Georgia Breast Cancer License Tag, have contributed to a pivotal study regarding chemotherapy treatment in breast cancer patients. 

Click here to read more about the Stamp and Study here.

Read more about the Breast Cancer License Tag Grant here:

Put a breast cancer license tag on your car to show support and help Georgia’s needy women.

2017 Breast Cancer License Tag Grantees  (Press Release)

Center for Black Women’s Wellness 
East Georgia Cancer Coalition 
Horizons Community Solutions
Meadows Regional Medical Center 
West Central Georgia Cancer Coalition 
YWCA of Greater Atlanta 

2014-2015 Breast Cancer License Tag Grantees

To view the abstracts of BCLT's 2015 Round 2 grantees, click here.

December 2015 Grantees

Boat People SOS, Inc.
Center for Pan Asian Community Services, Inc. (CPACS)
Lewis Cancer & Research Pavilion, St. Joseph's/Candler Hospital
Meadows Regional Medical Center
Northside Hospital
St. Joseph's Mercy Care Services
Susan G. Komen for the Cure Greater Atlanta Affiliate
University Hospital System
West Central Georgia Cancer Coalition
YWCA of Atlanta

January 2015 Grantees

Cancer Coalition of South Georgia
Northwest Healthcare Partnership
Southwest Georgia Area Health Education Center

December 2014 Grantees

Boat People SOS Inc.
Grady Health Foundation
Northwest Georgia Regional Cancer Coalition
St. Joseph's Mercy Care Services Inc.
St. Joseph's/Candler Hospital
West Central Georgia Cancer Coalition
YWCA of Greater Atlanta

June 2014 Grantees

Athens Regional Foundation
Center for Black Women's Wellness
Central Georgia Cancer Coalition
Center for Pan Asian Community Services
East Georgia Cancer Coalition
Gwinnett Medical Center
Hearts & Hands Clinic
Meadows Regional Medical Center
Northside Hospital Cancer Institute
Susan G. Komen - Atlanta Affiliate

Statewide Contract Awardees

Georgia Department of Public Health - Georgia Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (BCCP)


The Georgia Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (BCCP) (the Chronic Disease Prevention Section of the Georgia Department of Public Health) provides access to timely breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services throughout the state to female residents.  Services are available for women with limited annual income, as well as uninsured (no current health insurance) and underinsured (limited health insurance) and women who are between the ages of 40-64 for breast cancer and 21-64 for cervical cancer.

Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) Genetic Testing Fund


The Breast Cancer License Tag Genetic Testing Fund was established by Georgia CORE in January 2014. This Fund will help underinsured Georgians with a family history of Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) who would otherwise not be able to afford genetic testing or have no insurance coverage for it receive needed genetic testing. The application is available online and encourages genetic counseling by requiring that the submission be completed by a genetic services provider as defined under Commission on Cancer Standard 2.3. To access the online application, click here. For more information, email