Yoko Ono Lennon, Southern California-based Beatles tribute band the Fab Four and the California Department of Motor Vehicles have joined forces to combat hunger in the state with the sale of specialty license plates featuring the iconic self-portrait image of the late John Lennon.
Proceeds from the plates, which cost anywhere from $50-$103 depending on customization at CaliforniaImagine.com, will go directly to the California Association of Food Banks to help supply food an estimated 2 million Californians in need.
The California Department of Social Services ‘CDSS’ is seeking to create a new ‘Imagine No Hunger’ California special interest license plate to address the issue of hunger in California and is working with the California Association of Food Banks ‘CAFB’ to help end hunger in California.
Yoko Ono Lennon has kindly authorized the use of the John Lennon self-portrait image to help CDSS and CAFB in their ongoing fight to end hunger in California.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has commenced the pre-sale to put the iconic self-portrait image of John Lennon on California license plates to help fund the food banksthroughout the state of California. This special license plate is available for pre-order now at www.CaliforniaImagine.com, and features the John Lennon self-portrait image and the slogan, “IMAGINE no hunger.” Yoko Ono Lennon has kindly authorized the use of the iconic self-portrait image to help the CAFB in their ongoing fight to end hunger in California. “Imagine is a great word to spread around and I was happy to do this because it is helping a very important charity.”
Community Food Bank’s mission is to provide food, nutritional education and advocacy for our neighbors in need within San Benito County.