The Whippersnapper and High Fives. Photo by Renee Umsted.

All seven concepts owned by This and That Hospitality are donating a portion of their revenue this week to Whole Woman’s Health Alliance.

This comes after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the landmark 1973 case Roe v. Wade, removing the constitutional right to abortion.

This week, 20% of the revenue from High Fives, The Whippersnapper, Sfuzzi, Session Pilates and Alice, as well as Tiny Victories in Oak Cliff and Ferris Wheelers in the Design District, will be donated to the nonprofit, which provides reproductive care.

Brandon Hays, a co-founder of This and That Hospitality, is a father of a daughter and husband to a pregnant wife. He says the company will make a donation to Whole Woman’s Health Alliance on July 3, based on sales generated now through July 2.

“We do this to support in the wake of what we believe to be the stripping of basic human rights away from the women of this country,” says Brandon Hays, a co-founder of This and That Hospitality.