Patriot Mobile is co-hosting National Celebrate Life Weekend.

“The 2024 National Celebrate Life Weekend commemorates the two-year anniversary of the historic Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade on June 24, 2022. The conference offers the pro-life community opportunities to connect with like-minded friends, organizations, and businesses to celebrate, collaborate, and strategize for the protection of preborn children and make abortion unthinkable in our culture. Friday’s gala recognizes pro-life champions and offsets the cost of the rally. Saturday, the rally on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial runs from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.,” Patriot Mobile’s press release states.

“Patriot Mobile is honored to sponsor this conference and rally for the second year in a row since the overturn of Roe,” Patriot Mobile COO Jenny Story said, per the press release.

According to the event’s website, National Celebrate Life Weekend (NCLD) will include speakers like Students for Life of America president Kristan Hawkins, Daily Wire host Matt Walsh, and Shawn Carney, president and CEO of 40 Days for Life.

“Last year, we celebrated one of the greatest days in American history, the fall of Roe v. Wade! Thousands gathered to rally at the Lincoln Memorial to push for equal rights for all, and then hundreds gathered at the Gala to celebrate the heroes of the pro-life movement,” NCLD’s website reads.

Patriot Mobile said there was still plenty of work that needed to be done to end abortion in the United States despite Roe V. Wade being overturned.

“Every day in America, there are reportedly two million couples waiting to adopt, which means there are as many as 36 waiting families for every one available baby,” Patriot Mobile chief communications officer Leigh Wambsganss said in the press release.

Some Texas residents echoed their support for the event and the overturning of Roe V. Wade.

“The death of Roe v. Wade brought about hope for a future, hope for a new life in the womb, hope that one day we will quit legalizing and legitimizing the death or corruption of the miracle of life; and, it brought us one step closer to being ‘One Nation Under God, indivisible,’ again,” Lubbock businessman Tony Renteria told The Dallas Express.

Still, not everyone was happy about the Supreme Court ruling. Nicolas Quintanilla, president of Young Latino Democrats of Dallas, told The Dallas Express at the time, “The decision today is quite disappointing, it puts in danger a lot of women, especially poor women, we must not allow the attacks on women to continue, it’s time we fight back stronger than ever.”