A resilient power grid and affordable energy is just step one in the blueprint for a bright future. To complete the circuit and help all Louisianans achieve their full potential, we must do more than produce power. We must step beyond the grid.
Whether it’s through investments to help create jobs and spur community growth, donating to law enforcement agencies to protect officers and residents, supporting the arts and beautifying urban spaces, or aiding local food pantries in an effort to alleviate hunger — Entergy gives back year-round to the communities it serves.
Entergy Texas volunteers helped package 22,500 pounds of food for seniors participating in the Southeast Texas Food Bank’s Senior Food Box program.
The New Orleans Bar Association presented its Presidents' Award to Marcus Brown, executive vice president and general counsel for Entergy, on Oct. 3 in New Orleans.
Fund was created to ensure future educational assistance for surviving children or spouses of 2001 attack victims.
More than 100 volunteers provided helping hands to homeowners still recovering from Harvey’s devastation.
Employees volunteered in a variety of posts.
Funds raised by the event help Daughters of Charity Services provide vital services at health centers throughout the metro area.
Many kids want to be a part of scouting but can't afford it.
Entergy New Orleans employee receives Whitney M. Young Jr. Service Award from Boy Scouts of America Southeast Louisiana Council.
An hour each week helps make a difference in the lives of New Orleans-area high school students.
Entergy’s one-on-one tutoring program helps New Orleans-area high school students prepare for the math portion of the ACT college entrance exam.