Aaron Jackson's charity Planting Peace has purchased a house which sits across from the Westboro Baptist Church and painted it rainbow colors to symbolize gay pride.

The house was painted by a team of volunteers on Tuesday.

The Topeka, Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church, infamous for coining the phrase “God Hates Fags,” has said its members protest the funerals of fallen American soldiers because they died protecting a nation which supports homosexuality.

“I'm a straight ally,” Jackson told CNN, “as one would say.”

Jackson's charity plans to run anti-bullying campaigns out of what is being called “Equality House.”

“We want this house to be a message that where there's hate, there's also love,” Jackson told The Huffington Post. “But we also want to raise awareness and capital, and we want to put all the money into creating and sustaining anti-bullying programs, along with supporting anti-bullying programs that already exist. Beyond the symbolic message of the home, it will be utilized by volunteers to live here, and these volunteers will work on promoting equality anywhere in the world and managing these anti-bullying initiatives that we plan on creating.”

In a statement sent to CNN, Westboro Baptist Church said that Equality House was a blessing.

“We thank God for the sodomite Rainbow House!” the church wrote. “It is right across the street from the ONLY church that loves people enough to tell them the Bible truth about the filthy, soul-damning nation-destroying sin of sodomy. … The Sodomite Rainbow house helps shine a bright spotlight on this!”