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.
The Entergy Powers COVID-19 Relief Efforts publication summarizes our CSR efforts, illustrating how $3 million grants, along with employees' volunteer and fundraising efforts, have helped our communities during these critical and uncertain times.
The company awarded 34 children and dependents of Entergy employees with its $5,000 Community Power Scholarship. The scholarship is granted to students for their dedication to community service, academic achievements, leadership and work experience.
Students and faculty at Southern University are using 3D printers in their Entergy-sponsored lab to make parts for reusable N95 masks to be used by COVID-19 health care professionals.
This Carnival season, paradegoers will be able to enjoy more sustainable options thanks to several initiatives being funded by Entergy shareholders.
As the country celebrates National Engineering Week from Feb. 16-22, our company supports engineering year-round by hosting several STEM events across our service territory.
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.
Entergy’s grant support helped enhance Turtle Cove Environmental Research Station.
Entergy is proud to have partnered with local nonprofits this year as part to ensure a purple, gold and greener Mardi Gras.