Entergy is proud to have partnered with local nonprofits this year as part to ensure a purple, gold and greener Mardi Gras.
This first-of-its-kind project positions Entergy as a national leader in energy innovation and a vital partner in helping New Orleans address the significant challenges of affordable housing, resilience and climate change.
Employee veterans and active service members participated in the NFL's ceremonies to honor veterans.
Members of Entergy’s Veterans Employee Resource Group focus on mutual support and community engagement.
Entergy shareholders matched the funds raised by increasing the total to more than $8,000.
Entergy New Orleans focuses on helping the city’s homeless population through volunteer support and charitable donations.
Employees volunteered in a variety of posts.
Funds raised by the event help Daughters of Charity Services provide vital services at health centers throughout the metro area.
Many kids want to be a part of scouting but can't afford it.
Entergy New Orleans employee receives Whitney M. Young Jr. Service Award from Boy Scouts of America Southeast Louisiana Council.
An hour each week helps make a difference in the lives of New Orleans-area high school students.
Entergy’s one-on-one tutoring program helps New Orleans-area high school students prepare for the math portion of the ACT college entrance exam.
Entergy supported Ozanam Inn's first Forgotten Angels Back-to-School and Health Fair.
Donations provided school supplies and uniforms for children whose families struggle with homelessness and poverty.