Entergy’s participation in National Volunteer Month reflects the company’s year-round community involvement and support.
Entergy recently sponsored and participated in two events in Washington, D.C., that focused attention on the plight of America’s working poor. Entergy and partnering organizations sought not only to raise awareness about poverty and its causes but also to encourage businesses and communities to take action.
The Entergy Community Power Scholarship program reinforces Entergy's commitment to powering life in the areas we serve by helping young people prepare to contribute to their communities through volunteerism and service.
Graduations, birthdays, parades, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, sporting events … there’s always a reason to celebrate, and to buy colorful supplies to spice up the festivities. But when buying Mylar balloons, keep in mind that unless they’re closely controlled, they can cause power outages.
$250 million in additional funding will soon be added to America’s Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.
Louisiana’s newest Grammy Award winner, The Lost Bayou Ramblers, will headline a fun-filled day of activities that help protect the environment at Earth Fest, presented by Entergy at New Orleans’ Audubon Zoo, Saturday, March 24.
Entergy pedal-pushers in New Orleans helped raise more than $21,000 for the Youth Empowerment Project during YEP Fest pedicab races March 11.
On March 12-13, Entergy representatives and community partners are visiting Washington, D.C., during LIHEAP Action Days to meet in person with our congressional delegates and ask for better funding.