BOSTON (AP) — Here's a look at how much specialty license plates in Massachusetts have raised:

— Cape and Islands (benefits Cape Cod economic development) - $20.1 million

— Right Whale (benefits the Massachusetts Environmental Trust) - $18.3 million

— Veteran Homes (benefits soldiers homes in Chelsea and Holyoke) - $8.4 million

— Red Sox (benefits Jimmy Fund and Red Sox Foundation) - $7.3 million

— United We Stand (benefits the Massachusetts 9/11 Fund) - $4.3 million

— Children (benefits the state's Child Care Quality Fund) - $4.2 million

— Patriots (benefits the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation) - $2.7 million

— Fish and Wildlife (benefits the Massachusetts Environmental Trust) - $1.5 million

— Animals (benefits the Massachusetts Animal Coalition ) - $1.3 million

— Bruins (benefits Massachusetts Youth Hockey Inc.) - $1.1 million

— Firefighters (benefits the Firefighters Memorial fund) - $997,476

— Breast Cancer (benefits research at Tufts New England Medical Center) - $673,760

— Blackstone Valley ((benefits the Massachusetts Environmental Trust) - $602,112

— Olympics (benefits Massachusetts United States Olympic Fund) - $597,393

— Conquer Cancer (benefits the Conquer Cancer Coalition of Massachusetts) - $520,132

— Celtics (benefits Boston Children's Hospital) - $262,828

— Choose Life (benefits Choose Life, Inc.) - $234,356

— Basketball (benefits the Basketball Hall of Fame) - $224,940

— Mini-Fenway Park (benefits Kids Replica Ballpark Inc.) - $223,920