The Indiana Fever and Anthem have teamed up to honor champions of the community through the “Indiana Fever Anthem Assists Award ” program.

This program serves as one of the premier community outreach programs of the Indiana Fever and  honors individuals throughout the State of Indiana who have made an overwhelming impact in the lives of others by advocating for equity and inclusion in education, health & wellness, female empowerment and corporate citizenship.

Anyone can nominate a student, co-worker, neighbor, friend, relative, volunteer or community leader that is making a difference through their commitment to inspiring change.

Nominations must include the nominee’s name, street address, city, state, zip code, phone number and email address, along with a short description of why this nominee is deserving of the award.

The description should include examples of the nominee’s advocacy actions, as well as any lasting contributions to their community.

Freddy Fever assists the Indiana Fever at the 2019 National Girls & Women in Sports Day Panel.

Fever center Teaira McCowan assists with donations at Teachers Treasure.  

DETAILS

Winners will be chosen on an on-going basis by a selection committee, who in their sole opinion are the best of the eligible nominations submitted.

Each award recipient will receive the following:

  • Indiana Fever Anthem Assist Award
  • Feature story on www.FeverBasketball.com/AnthemAssists
  • Indiana Fever Apparel
  • Indiana Fever Gift Bag
  • Commemorative Photo
  • Game Day/Night Parking
  • Four (4) Tickets to a select Indiana Fever game
  • In-game Recognition
  • Game Time Recognition

Click HERE to view the official rules.

NOMINATIONS


Dr. Allison Barber, Fever President and Fever center, Teaira McCowan assist the community at the Red Cross blood drive.