Since 2000, Entergy has been engaged in advocating for increased funding and support for early care and education — recognizing the sector as essential infrastructure and economic engine to fuel the future of communities we serve.
Entergy employees from Louisiana and Texas, along with several contract partners, recently volunteered to spread mulch leftover from Entergy’s tree removal and trimming maintenance activities to improve the conditions of the walking trails.
The Southeast Texas Food Bank partners with over 130 non-profit agencies and schools in Jefferson, Orange, Hardin, Jasper, Newton, Polk, Sabine, and Tyler counties, and is a key partner in Entergy’s efforts to improve the communities we serve.
The company awarded 34 children and dependents of Entergy employees with its $5,000 Community Power Scholarship. Since 2003, company shareholders have contributed more than $3 million to 615 recipients for the one-time scholarship.
Entergy has contributed more than $7.4 million to HBCUs in the company's service area.
The company is the only utility among the top 20 supporters.
Entergy’s information technology team contributed more than 400 hours of community service, exceeding their #IT100HourChallenge in April.
As part of Entergy Texas’s long-standing partnership with the Montgomery County Food Bank, employees recently volunteered their time and presented a check for $20,000 to support the Montgomery County Food Bank’s work in the community.
Entergy New Orleans Celebrates Earth Week and Volunteer Month
In 2005, Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc on the city’s urban canopy, making New Orleans one of the most deforested cities in America. As part of Entergy’s commitment to grow strong, healthy and vibrant communities through service and environmental stewardship, Entergy began partnering with NOLA Tree Project in 2015 to help restore the estimated 100,000 lost trees.