As cooler temperatures roll in, so do shorter days and longer nights.
Entergy Texas volunteers helped package 22,500 pounds of food for seniors participating in the Southeast Texas Food Bank’s Senior Food Box program.
Finalists were chosen based on criteria including community involvement.
Entergy Texas CEO recognized for career achievement, community involvement and leadership.
More than 100 volunteers provided helping hands to homeowners still recovering from Harvey’s devastation.
The late J. Wayne Leonard, chairman and CEO from 1998-2013, spearheaded Entergy’s corporate social responsibility program and was regarded as one of the industry’s foremost advocates for low-income customers.
Relief for hundreds of thousands of vulnerable households in Entergy’s service area.
An estimated $100 million in additional funding will provide relief for hundreds of thousands of vulnerable households in Entergy’s service area.
While Hurricane Michael was barreling toward the Florida Panhandle, Entergy Texas employees were headed to deal with the aftermath.
During the day, a large lot at Totran Transportation Services in Conroe looks like an expansive football field for parking heavy-haul trucks and trailers. But at night, the gravel parking lot lights up like Friday Night Lights on the big screen.
When Harvey hit, many of the victims who lost everything didn’t qualify for help from FEMA. Some couldn’t even prove who they were or where they lived, because Harvey washed away all their paperwork. That’s where Mission Northeast in New Caney stepped in.