Entergy Arkansas is proud to be a Champion for ALICE, which are those who are Asset-Limited Income-Constrained Employed – working men and women who have a difficult time making ends meet. ALICE could be our neighbors, friends, family or even co-workers.
Entergy New Orleans has joined the United Way of Southeast Louisiana, the GNO Foundation, and other funders in contributing $150,000 to support Mayor LaToya Cantrell and NOLA Public School’s initiative to provide high school students, who have parental or guardian consent, the opportunity to receive COVID-19 vaccinations on campus through mobile vaccine clinics. The funding will help support the clinics for five months.
Entergy Texas partners with the City of Port Arthur to roll out zero-emission electric transit buses to improve route efficiency and reduce emissions.
Entergy was once again recognized as the most generous workplace by United Way of Southeast Louisiana during their June 23 annual meeting. The company was No. 1 on UWSELA's 2021 Top 10 Most Generous Workplaces list.
This June marks 35 years of safe, reliable and clean operations at Entergy’s River Bend Station nuclear power plant. This milestone is possible due to employees, such as Kim Maxwell, dedicating their time and support to ensure the station successfully meets company goals and works with the communities Entergy serves.
In 2014, Dr. Calvin Mackie founded STEM NOLA to give children like his sons, Myles and Mason, more exposure to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Since Entergy first partnered with ADL in 2009, company shareholders have contributed $530,000 to expand ADL's No Place for Hate program across Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas. As a result, No Place for Hate has reached more than 300,000 students with more schools participating every year.