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Since its inception, Kids Tag Art Pinellas has raised more than $183,000 for art education in Pinellas County Schools.

Kids Tag Art Pinellas is a Florida Standards-aligned curriculum where Pinellas County 5th grade students design their own unique vanity tags (front license plates) during art class. These metal tags can be purchased and displayed on the front of vehicles in Florida and many other states.

Proceeds from tag sales and community donations go to participating schools to purchase art supplies and fund art-themed field trips. 

Kids Tag Art Pinellas is a community partnership program made possible by partnerships between the Pinellas County Tax Collector's Office, School District, and generous community sponsors.

Key Accomplishments (2018-2019)

  • 53 schools participated
  • 2,700 students created artwork
  • 153 student artists were selected for an Award of Excellence
  • More than 500 people attended the awards ceremony
  • More than $183,000 was raised for elementary art programs and college scholarships in just four years
  • Approximately 575,000 Kids Tag Art Pinellas inserts were mailed in vehicle registration renewal notices
  • Each participating classroom received funds to be used for art supplies and art related projects!

It is imperative for Pinellas County students to have the opportunity to think both creatively and strategically.

From the Education Commission of the States, a trusted education policy resource:

"Arts education fosters critical deeper learning skills, such as collaboration and perseverance, in students... Arts education benefits both students and society, because students of the arts disciplines gain powerful tools for creatively making decisions and solving problems when no prescribed answers exist." Read the full report here.


Community Partner Sponsorship Information

Click here to find out how you can become a community partner today!


Email us anytime at kidstagart@taxcollect.com. We will do our best to respond within 24 hours Monday through Friday.

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