Volunteering is one of the most important ways that Entergy employees power life in our communities. Entergy employees and retirees have given more than one million hours in volunteer service since official tracking began in April 2008. Their hours serving local communities and supporting nonprofits translates into more than $25 million in economic impact.
Thanks to Entergy’s $1 million partnership with SBP, the housing development features highly efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, lighting controls and appliances and boasts 450 solar panels and battery storage capable of supporting the building's energy demands.
This Carnival season, paradegoers will be able to enjoy more sustainable options thanks to several initiatives being funded by Entergy shareholders.
Entergy is proud to sponsor Early Education Week across Louisiana with local United Ways and the Louisiana Policy Institute for Children as we call to attention the urgent need to support our youngest learners and working families.
Reflecting on 2019, we are highlighting the top 10 ways we positively impacted the lives of our neighbors while creating stronger, healthier and more vibrant communities.
LIHEAP is literally a lifesaver for many, as increasingly severe temperatures can threaten the health and welfare of the 25% of Entergy customers who live in poverty.
Entergy is proud to be the premier sponsor for the American Heart Association of Greater New Orleans' STEM Goes Red initiative. The purpose of STEM Goes Red is to inspire and encourage young women's interests in STEM careers.
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.