Women Vote Trump -- that's the name of the new super political action committee formed by three of Donald Trump's female supporters.
Thursday, the new super PAC announced that it aims to raise at least $30 million for the Republican presidential nominee.
"There are so many ad hoc groups of women who back Trump, and what we want to do is harness their energy and give them a home," said one of the founders, Kathryn Serkes.
The three women who started the super PAC, Kathryn Serkes, Ann Stone and Amy Kremer, said they plan to advertise across the country to drive up female votes for Trump.
For them, the female vote is even more important because Trump will likely face off against the nation's first female major-party presidential nominee in November.
Kremer and Stone are not new to the political scene. Kremer was a leader in the conservative Tea Party movement and was previously involved with a different pro-Trump super PAC.
Stone on the other hand, is the ex-wife of Roger Stone, who just happens to be Trump's friend and unofficial political advisor.
Women Vote Trump also has the support of actress Stacey Dash and YouTube stars Diamond and Silk.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.