The Grio has just reported that Olympic sprinter, Allyson Felix will cover the costs of childcare for mothers that are participating in the Tokyo Olympics.

Felix will be teaming up with Athleta and the Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF) to launch The Power of She Fund: Child Care Grants. This program will commit $200,000 to childcare costs for nine mom-athletes that are competing in this year’s Olympics.

According to CBS 17, the grant recipients are Olympic hammer thrower Gwendolyn Berry and Olympic saber fencer Mariel Zagunis, who will each receive $10,000. The other recipients are Natasha Hastings, Aliphine Tuliamuk (track and field athletes), Kaleo Kanahele Maclay (sitting volleyball), Natalie Schneider (wheelchair basketball), Elana Meyers Taylor (bobsled), Lora Webster (sitting volleyball), and Jamie Whitmore (para-cycling).

In addition, recipients will participate in roundtable discussions about systemic change in the industry.