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When the Going Gets Tough, Entergy Texas has The Power to Care
08/27/2019

The Power to Care helped a 61-year-old customer who lost his job, and it could help you too.

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Entergy New Orleans CEO Talks Education, UNCF Partnership
08/26/2019

David Ellis, president and CEO of Entergy New Orleans, discusses Entergy’s partnership with the United Negro College Fund.

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Entergy Texas Grant Supports Orangefield Elementary Library
08/22/2019

School will use $1,000 grant to purchase books for students.

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Entergy supports program that encourages schools and communities to combat bias and bullying.
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Jackson’s Obama Magnet School Designated “No Place for Hate”
08/22/2019

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Customer Service received support from the Madison Office in donating to the United Way of the Capital Area's "2019 School Tools Drive" for Canton Area Schools.
Customer Service received support from the Madison Office in donating to the United Way of the Capital Area's "2019 School Tools Drive" for Canton Area Schools.
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Employees Donate More Than 4,300 School Supplies to Van Winkle Elementary and Other Schools
08/22/2019

Entergy’s nuclear team has supported Van Winkle students for more than three decades.

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: Hayley Perkins (left), Entergy Mississippi customer service assistant and president of DCBW, is shown with Olivia Craig, City of Southaven director of marketing and vice president of DCBW.
: Hayley Perkins (left), Entergy Mississippi customer service assistant and president of DCBW, is shown with Olivia Craig, City of Southaven director of marketing and vice president of DCBW.
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Entergy Presents $1,000 Grant to DeSoto County Business Women
08/22/2019

DCBW scholarships help non-traditional students complete degrees and re-enter the workforce.

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Shannon Peterkin Climbing Kilimanjaro For Charity
08/22/2019

River Bend Station leader partners with Save One Life to raise money for victims of bleeding disorders.

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From left: Roy Bennett, Red Cross/Americorps volunteer; Neil Carter, Red Cross volunteer; Michael Considine, Entergy vice president of customer service; Susan Dalton, Entergy public affairs; John Bethel, Entergy director of public affairs; Lori Arnold, Red Cross Greater Arkansas Chapter executive director, and Tom Kennedy, Entergy vice president of public affairs.
From left: Roy Bennett, Red Cross/Americorps volunteer; Neil Carter, Red Cross volunteer; Michael Considine, Entergy vice president of customer service; Susan Dalton, Entergy public affairs; John Bethel, Entergy director of public affairs; Lori Arnold, Red Cross Greater Arkansas Chapter executive director, and Tom Kennedy, Entergy vice president of public affairs.
Insights > Giving Back
Entergy Donates $50,000 to Help American Red Cross Help People in Crisis
08/22/2019

Funds provide shelter, food, health services and comfort for disaster victims.

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El Dorado Youngsters Get Taste of Electrical Work
08/22/2019

Workshop at South Arkansas Community College focuses on skills required by local industries.

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