LIHEAP is a critical service that helps low-income residents manage heating and cooling costs. The program is literally a lifesaver for many, as increasingly severe temperatures can threaten the health and welfare of the 25 percent of Entergy customers who live in poverty.
Employees from Gerald Andrus plant in Greenville, Mississippi, recently teamed up to make dreams come true for a local resident.
Pilgrim Power Plant's Dave Noyes volunteers because he believes it's vital to meet the ever changing needs of the communities we serve.
As an engineer, I’m predisposed to fix problems I see around me. I think that’s why volunteering is so fulfilling to me - it allows me to be a part of the solution.
Circuits deliver power by making connections. At Entergy, we believe the same is true about our community partners. We are proud to power life in our communities with partners who connect those in need to critical services and resources.
National Volunteer Month Spotlight: Entergy Waterford 3 engineer III Kyle Sanford is proud to give back to the community.