Entergy Corporation continues to power local and regional communities through the Entergy Charitable Foundation, which awarded $1.3 million through the foundation’s first round of grants in 2017. The grants benefit 80 nonprofit organizations working in communities across Arkansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New York and Texas, focusing on education, poverty solutions and environmental programs.
The heat index is hitting the triple digits on a regular basis and driving increased electricity use as Louisianians try to stay cool. And that means many elderly and disabled Entergy Louisiana customers will need extra help with energy costs in the coming weeks. Thanks to the generosity of customers, Entergy employees and shareholders, those elderly and disabled Louisiana customers who need help with their utility bills have a place to turn – The Power to Care.
Entergy Charitable Foundation is accepting second-round grant requests through Aug. 1.
Young engineers at Louisiana State University will be preparing for future careers with new state-of-the-art lab equipment thanks to a recent grant from the Entergy Charitable Foundation. The LSU Foundation and 12 other nonprofit organizations in Louisiana communities were awarded $760,000 in the foundation’s first round of grants for 2017.
Fifty is nifty for companies engaged in sustainable actions that benefit local communities. Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) is one such company, as noted by The Civic 50.
Nebraska City, Neb. (April 27, 2017) – The Arbor Day Foundation has named Entergy a 2017 Tree Line USA in honor of its commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care in the provider's service area.
NEW ORLEANS – ‘Tis the season of giving and Entergy New Orleans is adding a little lagniappe this holiday season in an effort to make life better for New Orleanians now and in the future.
A series exploring the challenges facing veterans who are transitioning out of the military is airing on Louisiana Public Broadcasting.
Recognition for powering life in local communities comes from Civic 50, an initiative of the Points of Light organization.
DeSoto County, Miss.— It’s a wild idea, and Entergy Mississippi is funding it. Mississippi Wildlife Rehabilitation, Inc. has big plans for the ARK site just west of Hernando. The organization, which serves nearly half a million Mississippians in 13 counties, wants to develop the area into a full conservation-education eco-tourist destination in north Mississippi.