Next Anthem Assists Award to be Presented to Jennifer Harmon on Friday

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Fever announced today Jennifer Harmon, the founder of HamCo Love, will receive the Anthem Assists award during tonight’s game against the Las Vegas Aces at Hinkle Fieldhouse.

Hailing from Fishers, Harmon founded HamCo in an effort to achieve female health equity throughout Hamilton County. HamCo Love’s mission is to provide female hygiene products for girls and women who have limited or no access to supplies. The organization also offers guidance and resources on how Hoosier residents can create local supply stations and advocate for female health equity in their own communities.

“Jennifer has taken the tremendous initiative to ensure women are receiving the proper health care opportunities they deserve. We are proud to recognize someone who is committed to helping so many throughout their community,” Fever President Dr. Allison Barber said.

In one year, HamCo Love has donated more than 50,000 products to schools and community centers throughout Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield, Arcadia, Carmel, Cicero and Sheridan.

For more information about HamCo Love, visit their website here.

To nominate a community leader, friend, student, co-worker, neighbor, relative or volunteer that is making a difference through their commitment to inspiring change, please visit the nomination link here. Each Anthem Assists Award recipient will receive four (4) Tickets to a select Indiana Fever game, an Indiana Fever Gift Bag, in-game recognition and more.

Anthem Assists will honor 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.