Breanna Stewart is one of the biggest names to hit WNBA free agency this winter. She’s already reportedly meeting with the Seattle StormMinnesota LynxWashington Mystics and New York Liberty. But before she makes her decision, Stewart wants to help the whole league.

She tweeted Sunday afternoon she wants to help “subsidize charter travel for the entire WNBA” by contributing profits from her name, image and likeness deals.

Several high-profile former and active WNBA stars responded to Stewart’s tweet offering support. That included Los Angeles Sparks forward Chiney Ogwumike, Washington Mystics forward Elena Delle DonneChicago Sky guard Kahleah Copper, free agent guard Layshia Clarendon, Washington Mystics forward Alysha Clark and recently retired Seattle Storm legend Sue Bird.