WorkInProgress, an independent creative agency based in Boulder, Colorado, is standing up for the LGBTQ+ community by launching ahead of the Supreme Court’s ruling on 303 Creative, Inc. v. Elenis, which concerns a Colorado website designer who wants to provide wedding website design services to the public while turning away same-sex couples. With this initiative, WorkInProgress hopes to provide free website design services to couples who may otherwise be denied due to discrimination and remind everyone that love is love, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation.

“Despite advances made for the LGBTQ+ community over recent years, we’ve seen ongoing discrimination rapidly escalate,” said Lauren Perlow, Creative Director at WorkInProgress. “We must take action and show our support so that no couple is left behind.”

Through its aptly named initiative, WorkInProgress is offering up to 10 couples free website design services in Colorado and across the United States. Couples who are engaged and having a wedding can head to and answer a few short questions about their wedding. Additionally, web designers or advertising agencies can donate their time by volunteering to create free wedding websites for those that might be denied elsewhere.

“We hope that our initiative will not only make a positive impact on couples here in Colorado but also encourage other companies to stand with us in our mission for full equality,” said Matt Talbot, co-founder and chief creative officer at WorkInProgress. “After all, love is love—let’s make it happen!”