Cheyenne had been catching since she was little, and had always used team equipment. She knew she would need to get her own gear to be a catcher at a more competitive level, but her family had not been able to purchase her a catchers set due to financial constraints. The donated equipment the league received allowed them to provide kids with mitts, catchers gear, and other practice equipment, alleviating the burden of expenses that had been placed on families. The coaches noted a sisterhood forming among the girls, and parents commented that they had never seen their daughters so relaxed and confident. With help from the PIFBS donations, Central Utah Athletics has created a safe place for kids to be themselves, be accepted, and become leaders.