Ayla's Closet at CCUS, led by Carly McCashland, was a recipient of the Youth Engaged Service (YES) Grant, provided by the Indiana 4-H Foundation. Sponsored by the Nola Gentry Charitable Trust and Corteva Agriscience, this grant celebrates noteworthy service projects that are organized, budgeted, and implemented by Indiana youth. Ayla's Closet at CCUS was a statewide project funded by the YES Grant and Indiana 4-H Foundation, promoting a culture of community service by uplifting projects that directly address community needs. “We on the YES Grant Committee find ourselves inspired by the thought and passion that went into these grant proposals,” said Aaron Sandel, Indiana 4-H Foundation Board and YES Grant Committee member. “Each recipient was chosen through a detailed proposal review, and these grant winners exemplify the themes of service, organization, and dedication that we sought.” In addition to awarding grants, the nonprofit Indiana 4-H Foundation provides financial support for 4-H youth development programming all across the state of Indiana. It receives funding from individuals, corporations, granting agencies, and through sales of the Indiana 4-H license plate, which also benefit Indiana 4-H programs in each county where the plates are sold. Visit their website at www.in4H.org for more information.