Texas-based dating app companies Bumble and Match Group are supporting women who seek abortions in Texas following the recent Texas SB8 law, making sure that funds will be provided to women in need.

The online dating app, Bumble, based in Austin, is inspired by empowering women and said it is creating a fund that will support anyone who may need abortion in the state.

“Bumble is women-founded and women-led, and from day one we’ve stood up for the most vulnerable. We’ll keep fighting against regressive laws like #SB8,” the Austin, Texas-based company said in a tweet.

Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed legislation that bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.

Critics of the law have pointed out that many women do not even discover they are pregnant by the time the six-week timeline arrives, which gives them a disadvantage when it comes to making decisions regarding their health.

Match Group, based in Austin, which owns Hinge, Tinder, and OkCupid announced in a memo that a fund will be provided for employees seeking an abortion.

“The company generally does not take political stands unless it is relevant to our business. But in this instance, I personally, as a woman in Texas, could not keep silent,” CEO Shar Dubey said in the memo.

“Surely everyone should see the danger of this highly punitive and unfair law that doesn’t even make an exception for victims of rape or incest. I would hate for our state to take this big step back in women’s rights.”