The WNBA's Seattle Storm will partner with Planned Parenthood during Tuesday's game to raise money for the women's health organization.
It's the first time that Planned Parenthood has ever partnered with a sports franchise.
Fans will receive pink signs and bandanas to "pink out" the arena and the Storm will donate $5 to Planned Parenthood for every ticket purchased.
The Storm will also hold an online auction to benefit Planned Parenthood.
Storm players also filmed a public service announcement highlighting their support for the organization.
"We stand with Planned Parenthood because all women and girls deserve to feel respected," Sami Whitcomb said in the announcement.
Planned Parenthood stands to be defunded for one year under the Senate GOP's proposed healthcare bill.