Approximately 30 Entergy employees volunteered to help Santa gift toys to more than 4,000 kids at the annual The Times-Picayune Doll and Toy Fund Gift Giving Event Dec. 21 in New Orleans.
For the sixth year in a row, Santa and his Entergy elves completed their annual “Operation Secret Santa” mission by paying the utility bills of 21 customers through The Power to Care , Entergy’s low-income bill assistance program.
A great part of Entergy’s mission is creating sustainable value for our communities – communities that we’ve had the privilege to serve for more than 100 years.
Chris Taylor, transmission relay design supervisor, loves softball. So, when his daughter played the sport growing up, he had the opportunity to coach her travel team.
Entergy was well-represented at the Special Olympics softball tournament at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway in November.
Entergy Texas employees recently volunteered at the Southeast Texas Food Bank to package food for some of our most vulnerable customers – low-income seniors
Rainy weather did not stop Entergy’s information technology and grid modernization employees from volunteering at one of the company’s biggest service projects with NOLA Tree Project.
Even with work and home obligations, Entergy Louisiana employees find time to help others. Whether preparing taxes for low-income customers, helping families after disaster strikes or working with students with different learning levels, volunteering is just one way employees share their time and talents.
Entergy’s dedicated and generous customers, employees and shareholders contributed $1.1 million in Louisiana to support The Power to Care, Entergy’s primary low-income assistance program which provides emergency utility bill payment assistance to elderly and disabled customers in their time of need.