Entergy serviceman Justin Mitcham has been keeping the power flowing in the Deep East Texas area of Woodville since 2015, and this week he was honored as Lineman of the Game during the Saints vs. Cowboys match.
Even with work and home obligations, Entergy Louisiana employees find time to help others. Whether preparing taxes for low-income customers, helping families after disaster strikes or working with students with different learning levels, volunteering is just one way employees share their time and talents.
Entergy’s dedicated and generous customers, employees and shareholders contributed $1.1 million in Louisiana to support The Power to Care, Entergy’s primary low-income assistance program which provides emergency utility bill payment assistance to elderly and disabled customers in their time of need.
Entergy’s vision, “We Power Life,” means much more than just keeping the lights on and the power safely flowing.
The Power to Care helped a 61-year-old customer who lost his job, and it could help you too.
David Ellis, president and CEO of Entergy New Orleans, discusses Entergy’s partnership with the United Negro College Fund.
School will use $1,000 grant to purchase books for students.
Entergy supports program that encourages schools and communities to combat bias and bullying.
Entergy’s nuclear team has supported Van Winkle students for more than three decades.