Dwyane Wade Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Longtime NBA star Dwyane Wade is now retired from the league, and he has decided to use his platform to support the transgender community.

Dwyane Wade has become a champion for the transgender community in recent years as a result of his transgender daughter Zaya. And now, he is teaming up with Zaya to launch a new digital platform called Translatable to support LGBTQ youth and their families.

“Translatable is a safe space for LGBTQIA+ youth to express themselves and is a resource hub for their parents, families, and support systems,” the website says.

While it’s not immediately clear what exactly the website will provide, it lists the Human Rights Campaign and Trevor Project as partners and Zaya promises big things for the site’s future.

“Over the next few months we’ll be rolling out content, resource guides and interactive features where we can hear from you,” she says. “So make sure to sign up for email updates,” Zaya said. “We’re just getting started.”

Wade won three NBA titles with the Miami Heat during his playing career and was a 13-time NBA All-Star. He established himself as one of the most iconic players of his generation and he’s now using his platform to help the LGBTQ community.